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Divisions

Field Operations Bureau

The Patrol Division maintains a police presence throughout the city.  Officers respond to calls for services and conduct preliminary investigations on all crimes or incidents.

 

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Day Shift: 6AM-2PM

Evening Shift: 2PM-10 PM

Night Shift:  10PM-6AM

Emergencies:  911

Non-emergency Dispatch: (205) 822-5300

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Investigative Services Bureau

The Investigative Services Bureau has 8 divisions:

Special Victims Unit (SVU)
Crimes Against Persons (CAPERS)
Crimes Against Property (CAPROP)
Financial Crimes Unit (FICU)
Special Investigations Unit (SIU)
Crime Scene Investigations (CSI)
Interstate Criminal Enforcement (ICE)
Five Task Forces:  United States Marshals Service, Drug Enforcement Administration, Metro Area Crime Center, National Computer Forensics Institute, Compact 2020

Investigations Bureau General Number:  (205) 444-7589

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Support Services Bureau

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The Support Services Bureau is made up of three divisions:

Corrections and Warrant Division

Training Division

Accreditation / CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies)

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Corrections

Hoover City Jail

From 1971 until 1985 the first Hoover City Jail consisted of two cells situated next to the communications area in Hoover’s “first free standing” City Hall located at 1631 Montgomery Highway. Patrol officers processed inmates and the dispatchers supervised the inmates because there were no Hoover Detention Officers assigned to supervise jail inmates.

In 1986, the Hoover Police Department moved into the Hoover Municipal Center at 100 Municipal Drive. The jail was upgraded to six single occupancy cells and three holding cells in the booking area. Patrol officers continued to process inmates and dispatchers continued to perform the additional duty of supervising inmates.

In December 1986, the police department hired its first detention staff. During the early 1990s, the jail cells were “double-bunked” which increased jail capacity from six cells to sixteen cells. With the rapid growth of Hoover and the continual growth of the police department throughout the 1990s, the jail maintained full capacity and on occasion exceeded capacity, thus, proving the need for a larger jail facility.

The Hoover City Jail moved to its current location at 2020 Valleydale Road on August 2, 2004. The current jail has sixty-four cells located in four different cell blocks. The facility also has medical cells, isolation cells, and holding cells in other areas of the facility bringing the total number of available beds to seventy-two. The current jail staff consists of 1 Lieutenant, 1 Sergeant, 2 Detention Supervisors, 4 Shift supervisors, and 17 Detention Officers performing the daily supervision of inmates.

Lieutenant Julius Wainwright, Commander

205-739-7234
[email protected]  

Booking:  205-444-7737

Inmate Visitation:  205-444-7737

Frequently Asked Questions:  https://hooverpd.com/faqs/

Address: 2020 Valleydale Road
Hoover, AL 35244    

Phone: (205) 444-7737

Administrative Services Bureau

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The Administrative Services Bureau consists of three divisions:

  • Police Records
  • Public Safety Information and Technology
  • School Resource Officer Division

School Resource Officers

The Hoover City School System and the City of Hoover believe that the use of police officers in the school system offers school employees, students and families, another tool for preventing crime in our community.

School Resource Officers are commonly referred to as SRO’s. These officers receive specialized training through the National Association of School Resource Officers. They serve as a visible presence to deter disorder during peak movement times for students, and are accessible and approachable as informal counselors and mentors to students. Additionally, they assist administrators by checking for weapons and drugs, and they develop early intervention techniques to prevent violence.

SRO’s operate within the “Triad Concept”. Included in this concept is the role of Law Enforcement, Informal Counselor and Teacher.

A diverse curriculum is provided by SRO’s to students at the elementary, middle, and high school level.

The #1 goal of the SRO program is to “bridge the gap” between students and law enforcement.

Hoover SROs also host a free summer camp each year named Camp Legacy. This one-week day camp provides incoming 6th graders the chance to build relationships with their future classmates from the other elementary schools in their feeder pattern. Hoover SROs teach Camp Legacy students healthy social tools and leadership skills to help them adjust to their new middle school environment. Most importantly, students will graduate from Camp Legacy with the knowledge and skills required to leave a lasting legacy wherever they find themselves in life.

 

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