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Montgomery Alabama Police Station Address: 320 N Ripley St, Montgomery, AL 36104, United States


Montgomery Police Department

The Montgomery Police Department was established in 1820 as the primary law enforcement body for the City of Montgomery. The Montgomery Police Department is currently allocated 524 sworn officers and 200 civilian employees. The Montgomery Police Department serves a population of 202,000 citizens of Montgomery as well as 150,000 others who travel to or through the city on a daily basis.

MPD’s role is to enforce laws in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory and judicial limitations of police authority and the constitutional rights of all persons. It is not the role of the department to legislate, to render legal judgments, or to punish.

The primary responsibility for upholding the law lies not with the police, but with the people. Since crime is a social phenomenon, crime prevention is the concern of every person living in society. Society employs full-time professional police officers to prevent crime, to deter it, and when that fails, to apprehend those who violate the law.

Crime is a symptom of ills within society which is not the responsibility of the department to cure. The department is responsible, however, for interacting with the community to generate mutual understanding so that there may be public support for crime prevention. Community involvement is essential to facilitate a free flow of information between the public and the department, to assist in identification of problem areas, and to inform the public of crime statistics and trends. Additionally, knowledge of the community is necessary so that each employee may be instilled with a sense of concern for crime problems and law enforcement needs

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Montgomery Police Department shared Miami Police Department’s video.23 hours ago

Friday is here! After a cold week of snow and ice, we hope you enjoy the warmer temperatures this weekend. We came across this video and had to share it, hope this starts your weekend off with a smile.

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We are hoping this new anti-theft system we are developing will help reduce car break-ins. It’s only a pilot program right now so any input on how we can improve it, is welcomed.
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Montgomery Police Department2 days ago

Tonight’s low is 21. Please remember to check on the elderly, leave your pipes dripping to prevent them from freezing, bring in your pets, and do not leave your vehicle warming up unattended. The good news is, warmer weather is ahead!

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Montgomery Police Department2 days ago

Traffic Update:

Most main roads and thoroughfares with a few exceptions are open and passable.

Motorists are encouraged to use caution and drive slowly. Remaining patches of ice are still on the roadways, bridges, and overpasses.

Madison Avenue between Ripley Street and Union Street, as well as Woodley Road at Woodley Terrace, are still reporting ice.

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Montgomery Police Department added 3 new photos.2 days ago

Residential streets, hills, bridges, and underpasses still need to thaw. Here are a few pics as of 8:30 this morning.

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Montgomery Police Department2 days ago

There are still icy spots, please use caution if you have to be out. Use caution when approaching bridges, hills, and underpasses. Drive slowly and watch your following distance, you can encounter ice anytime while you are driving. We encourage everyone to wait on driving until everything has time to thaw out today.

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Montgomery Police Department3 days ago

Wet areas will refreeze tonight. Please avoid driving if possible. If you must be out, please slow down and use caution. Be aware of black ice, especially when crossing bridges and underpasses.