Message from the Chief:
On behalf of all the members of the Montevallo Police Department, I want to welcome you to our department's web page. It is my honor to lead our department which is committed to serving the residents, businesses and those who visit our historic city. Our department is committed to community policing and as you spend time looking at our page, you will see that we provide a wide array of services to meet the needs of our community. The police profession will continue to evolve in the 21st century but the partnership between the community and our police department will remain the cornerstone of ensuring safety throughout Montevallo. The men and women of the Montevallo Police Department are committed to core values that include respect, integrity, honesty, professionalism, dedication, and excellence.
Whether you're on this page to learn more about our department or are looking for assistance with a matter, please know that we are committed to delivering the absolute best protection and service possible to our community. If you wish to provide us with information or should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at 205-665-1264 or via email.
Chief Jeremy Littleton
Emergency Contact Project
The Montevallo Police Department is currently asking business owners and citizens to participate in an emergency contact information project the department is developing. This project will allow business owners and citizens to provide contact information so that incase of an emergency the police department can have a way to notify them of a situation that might be going on at their address.
If you wish to participate in this program, please choose the correct emergency contact form and submit it to the Montevallo Police Department. On behalf of the Montevallo Police Department, we appreciate your participation.
As part of our mission to ensure the safety of all residents in Montevallo, we offer patrols by request if you're out of town or on vacation. To request a patrol, you can fill out the Patrol Request Form or call the Montevallo Police Department at 205-665-1264.
What are the hours of operation for City Hall?
City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. City Hall is located at: 541 Main Street Montevallo, AL 35115.
How do I apply to become a Montevallo Police officer or Dispatcher for the Police Department?
Fill out the Police Job Application, found on this page to the right, and mail it in. Police applications are separate from other jobs with the City of Montevallo.
What is the Court Schedule?
Court is held the first 3 Wednesdays of each month beginning at 3:00 p.m. at City Hall. City Hall is located at 541 Main Street Montevallo, AL 35115. For more information visit the Municipal Court page.
What do I do if there is an outstanding warrant against me?
You must turn yourself in to the Montevallo Police Department. You will be able to post bond (except in Violation of Probation cases) as soon as the Police Department concludes the booking process. Bond may be posted in cash or through a professional bonding company.
Where are inmates taken after arrest?
After the inmate has completed the booking process at the Montevallo Police Department, they are then transported to: Shelby County Sherriff's Office | 222 McDow Road Columbiana, AL 35051. (Phone: 205-669-4181) (Fax: 205-669-3938) www.shelbyso.com.
What do I do if my minor child(ren) has been arrested and detained?
Once the booking process has been completed by the Montevallo Police Department, your minor child(ren) will be taken to the Juvenile Detention Facility and any court proceedings will be handled through the Shelby County Juvenile Court. The Juvenile Detention Center is located at:
222 McDow Road Columbiana, AL 35051
Chief of Police
D. B. Harrelson