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Mobile Police Opens New First Precinct

Mobile Police Opens New First Precinct

August 12, 2022
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MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile Police Department recently opened its new first precinct at 2601 Dauphin Island Parkway, Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced. “This new location will mean improved response times and increased police visibility in the community,” he added. This location also has a municipal court clerk at the facility so residents no longer have…

Jackson Chosen As Chief Of Operations For Mobile Police

Jackson Chosen As Chief Of Operations For Mobile Police

November 5, 2021
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Mobile Chief of Police Paul Prine has appointed Major William R. Jackson his second in command, Mayor Sandy Stimpson recently announced. Jackson’s appointment followed a thorough review and screening of internal candidates preceding his promotion to chief of operations for the Mobile Police Department. Jackson is a 26-year department veteran and has gained experience in…

Stimpson Appoints Police Chief

Stimpson Appoints Police Chief

October 8, 2021
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson has appointed Major Paul O. Prine as the next police chief for the Mobile Police Department. Prine was born and raised in Prichard and graduated in 1990 from C.F. Vigor High School. He has more than 26 years of experience and started his law enforcement career with the Chickasaw Police Department in…

City Of Mobile Commits to New DIP Police Precinct

City Of Mobile Commits to New DIP Police Precinct

June 18, 2021
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The City of Mobile recently committed to lease a new building for a police precinct on Dauphin Island Parkway (DIP) to serve residents in District 3 of the city. Mayor Sandy Stimpson said he and Councilman C.J. Small have been working toward moving the headquarters for the Mobile Police Department’s (MPD) first precinct from Virginia…

Altapointe to Partner with Mobile Police Via Grant

April 30, 2021
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The City of Mobile has received a $742,000 grant Mayor Sandy Stimpson said will allow AltaPointe to partner with the Mobile Police Department to address mental health problems. AL.com reported the program will see mental health professionals and law enforcement work together to prevent people with serious mental illness from going to jail or tying…

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