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Ozark Police Department 

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                          Police Chief
                          Tony R. Spivey


  

Chief's Message

Welcome to the Ozark Police Department Home Page.  I am pleased to have this opportunity to personally welcome you to our Agency.

Here on the World Wide Web,  you have the chance to learn about the daily functions of our agency as well as the opportunity to visit some of our specialized divisions.  This site also provides you with the ability to communicate directly with my office.  Here in our office we are constantly striving to ensure prompt, courteous, efficient and professional law enforcement services to our community and those who visit our area.

It is my commitment to lead this department with a vision of dedication and service in which to make our city a safer and more enjoyable place to live, work, play and to visit.  I feel community involvement is critical in keeping our fingers on the pulse of our citizens' needs relating to law enforcement service.

As you take the time to  browse through our links, I trust you will become better informed regarding the services we provide to our community.

I appreciate your interest in our agency and look forward to you visiting us often.

With best regards, I am,

      Tony R. Spivey
      Chief of Police

  

 

Ozark Police Department

P.O. Box 1987
Ozark, Alabama 36361-1987
334-445-6321         334-445-6122
Fax Number 334-774-5641
 

 

33rd Judicial Task Force

P.O. Box 1987
Ozark, Alabama 36361-1987
334-774-6803
Fax Number 334-774-5641

Criminal Investigations Bureau

P.O. Box 1987
Ozark, Alabama 36361-1987
334-774-6803
cib@ozarkalabama.us

 

Training Division
Office 334-445-0883
Fax 334-445-2703
 


Animal Control
334-774-4633

 

  
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Department Staffing

The Ozark Police Department is staffed by well trained and highly qualified employees with a dedication to service. The department staffing consists of forty-five (45) Sworn Law Enforcement Officers.Additionally, the department is staffed with a support staff of Administrative Employees, Corrections Officers, School Crossing Guards, Code Enforcement Officers, and Animal Control Officers. The divisions that encompass law enforcement services are the Patrol Services Division, Criminal Investigative Division, and Narcotics Division.

 

Continuing Education

Each Law Enforcement Officer in the State of Alabama is required to obtain 12 hours per year of continuing education annually to maintain certification as a Law Enforcement Officer.The Ozark Police Department has a full time Training Division which oversees all training aspects of the department. Officers employed by this agency obtain approximately 30 to 40 hours of continuing education and/or training hours per year.