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COMMUNITY
FOCUSED

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KEEPING OUR
ROADS SAFE

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PROTECTING
THE PORT

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PROUD
TO SERVE

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PUBLIC SAFETY
IS TOP PRIORITY

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RESPECT FOR
EVERYONE

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PROJECT
SHIELD

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CAR
ACCIDENTS

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October 2022 Officer of the Month

Michael McGuire Precinct 1

News Releases

Heather Sterrett named Civilian Employee of the Month

Nov 21st, 2022

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Community Events

Season of Hope Annual Giving Tree Lighting Ceremony

Nov 17th, 2022

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News Releases

Sexual Assault Investigation

Nov 10th, 2022

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News Releases

Homicide Investigation on the 800 block of Bryant Street

Nov 8th, 2022

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About Mobile Police Department

MPD engages in over 200,000 police/civilian interactions a year

Interactions between the Mobile Police Department and citizens happen 24/7. Over 200,000 interactions take place between police officers and citizens each year.

Interactions with civilians take place on patrol, at police headquarters, at the police precincts, over the phone, in schools, answering calls for service, with Community Advisory Panel members, at public presentations, through 911 calls and countless other ways.

Mobile Police Department officers and employees are citizen-oriented, carrying out each interaction in a respectful and effective manner.

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FEATURED CAMPAIGN

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DigitalSiren by PursuitAlert

Free to Download App for your Mobile Phone

The Mobile Police Department is equipped to alert drivers of a pursuit in progress. With the push of a button, our police officers can use a mobile system to warn drivers within two miles of a pursuit or another possible danger on the roadway.

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