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Tag: MOBILE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Mayor Sandy Stimpson Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson focusing on rebuilding public trust, better policing and mayoral run for 2025

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson is working to push the city forward through a storm of controversy over the firing of Police Chief Paul Prine.

Mobile Police Department and Government Plaza Alabama News
MPD major sends letter pointing out inaccuracies in 'atrocious' and 'appalling' Kenyen Brown report; Command staff to release analysis

A Mobile Police Department command staff member sent a letter to officers concerning the report on a review of policies and procedures by Kenyen Brown.

Rhett Drive home Alabama News
Mobile nine-year-old shot while asleep in home; Suspected gang members at large

Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine said it would be better for those responsible for the death of a nine-year-old child to turn themselves in than have police track them down.

BURY THE N WORD Alabama News
Mobile police officer holds funeral for ‘n-word’: 'We had the sunshine of the Lord'

Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department held a special event Monday to bury the “n-word.”

Mobile Police Department Headquarters. Photo: Erica Thomas Alabama News
Mobile police chief hopes decrease in violent crime will overshadow 'egregious' and 'erroneous' report by national and local media

The city of Mobile continues to fight the perception that the city is one of the most dangerous in the nation after incorrect crime numbers were submitted to the FBI and ended up in reports nationwide.

Family of Kordell Jones addressed Mobile City Council on May 2 2023 Alabama News
Sister of man killed by Mobile Police asking for elimination of no-knock search warrants; City administration responds

The sister of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting in Mobile addressed the city council Tuesday and got a response from city leadership on search warrant policies.

Mobile Police Department. Photo: Erica Thomas. Alabama News
Mobile PD warns of scammers posing as officers, threatening arrest

The Mobile Police Department released information about scammers who are posing as employees of the police department and threatening to arrest people.