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Mobile Alabama Police Station Address: 2165 St Stephens Rd, Mobile, AL 36617, United States


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Area residents invited to attend MPD’s Community Outreach Event this Saturday! https://t.co/DHgeQT04Xj

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2 months ago
Officer Justin Billa’s Funeral Service – Watch Livestream at 10 a.m.
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2 months ago
Funeral procession route for Officer Justin Billa announced, details here https://t.co/gGaQsMTPkU

2 months ago
MPD investigate schools threats to ensure safety in local schools, two students arrested. https://t.co/6eR0fkXqlQ

2 months ago
MPD is investigating each of the perceived threats targeting Baker High School, Davidson High School and Theodore High School. No credible danger has been uncovered at this juncture but there will be close patrols on schools.
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2 months ago
Funeral service for Officer Justin Billa is Tuesday, Feb. 27th, https://t.co/gRR9b6RYOn.

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***NEW TYPE OF CITATION MOBILE POLICE WILL BEGIN TO ISSUE***

Mobile police officers aren’t just out chasing crime, they are also in pursuit to recognize and reward citizens who are helping the department achieve its mission of making Mobile the safest city in America with respect for everyone. Effective today (April 20, 2018), officers patrolling their beats will begin issuing positive enforcement citations to citizens.

There are five reasons for receiving a positive enforcement citation. And, a token is given as a sweet way for police to say thank you. Police will look for citizens caught doing a random act of kindness, practicing safe driving in the city, being a positive role model, making their community a better place, and making their community a cleaner place. However, citizens should be advised that police will not be conducting traffic stops to give a positive enforcement citation.

Along with the positive enforcement citation, a token for a free frosty redeemable at any Wendy’s location will be given to each citizen. Wendy’s is the first company sponsor of the program.

Other businesses interested in partnering with the Mobile Police Department to promote this program should call Officer Gary Owens, MPD Community Services Unit, at 251-208-1938.

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The Mobile Police Department accepted two truckfuls of toys this week at the Hampton Inn & Suites (1028 West I-65 Service Road) in honor of fallen Officer Justin Billa. MPD captains helped bagged the toys and will distribute them to their squads so that they too can continue Billa’s tradition of having toys in their patrol car to give out to the children they engage with while patrolling or responding to a call.

McKibbon Hospitality, Springhill Toyota and McConnell Automotive hosted the Toy Drive and several people came out to donate new toys. Thank you McKibbon Hospitality, Springhill Toyota and McConnell Automotive for your support of law enforcement.

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In a press conference held today (April 19, 2018), Chief Battiste talks about the offering of a $5,000 reward in The Grand Hall shooting investigation.
He praised the community for being people who stand up for what is right. We need your help to solve this heinous crime.

The incident occurred April 1, 2018 during a Pre-Spring Break teen party where five juveniles were shot and two trampled in the crowd. One of the victims, 15-year-old Anesa Baker, died as a result of the shooting.

Investigators urge anyone with information to speak up. Tips can be reported anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 251-208-7000.

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***WANTED SUSPECT***
Mobile Police need the public’s help to locate 40-year-old Daven Jones. Jones is wanted for kidnapping first degree, burglary first degree, and three counts of reckless endangerment.

On Thursday, April 19, 2018 at approximately 7:30 a.m. police were dispatched to Peach Place Apartments located off of Jeff Hamilton Road in reference to a kidnapping. Daven Jones kidnapped his girlfriend at gunpoint and fled the area in a Blue Dodge Avenger. The Blue Dodge Avenger was later located at McDonalds at Schillenger Road and Cottage Hill Road.

The girlfriend has been located.

Jones is 5’11” and 175 pounds.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jones is asked to call 251-208-7211.

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Mobile Police Department2 days ago

MPD Community Outreach Event This Saturday!

The Mobile Police Department invites area residents to attend its Community Outreach Event set for Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be held at the Tillman’s Corner Community Center, 5055 Carol Plantation Road. To make strong police-community ties is the purpose for the outreach.

Here’s what attendees can expect to see: McGruff the Crime Dog, SWAT Unit, Mounted Police Unit, the K-9 Unit and a fire truck demonstration. Coffee with a Cop will also be available.

On-site free health screenings will be offered, provided by the Mobile County Health Department Medical Unit.

Come out to enjoy free food, fun, games and get to know the police officers responsible for keeping your community safe.

The Mobile Police Department recently relocated its Precinct 2 to Tillman’s Corner and a grand opening celebration was held December 2017. The police station moved from its previous location (4851 Museum Drive) to be centrally located within the boundaries of the precinct to improve response time.
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