ALABAMA MOST WANTED
Help law enforcement apprehend these fugitives. If you believe you have information about a fugitive, contact your local FBI or police immediately or submit a tip through the links on this page. Authorities will act upon leads provided by civilians and determine what, if any, reward is appropriate. Do not attempt to confront or apprehend these individuals yourself.
- ROBERT WILLIAM FISHER
- ALEXIS FLORES
- YASER ABDEL SAID
- SHANIKA S. MINOR
- VICTOR MANUEL GERENA
- LUIS MACEDO
- JASON DEREK BROWN
- FIDEL URBINA
- EDUARDO RAVELO
- WILLIAM BRADFORD BISHOP, JR.
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CITY OF MOBILE POLICE DEPARTMENT
CRIMESTOPPERS is an effective tool to enlist the community in crime-fighting by offering up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a felony suspect. Callers are guaranteed anonymity; they do not have to leave a name or telephone number. Instead, the caller is issued a number that is used to track the outcome of the tip. To report a crime anonymously, call
MOBILE POLICE DEPARTMENTS PRECINCTS
Welcome to the Mobile Police Department's precinct pages. Our goal is to provide you with pertinent information pertaining to the neighborhood in which you live.
The Mobile Police Department's precincts are divided into smaller units known as beats. There are 46 beats patrolled by members of the Field Operations Division around the clock each and every day of the year. The Department attempts to build relationships between the police and citizens by limiting changes in beat assignments. Familiarity with their beat territory allows the officers to get to know their residents and the safety issues specific to their beats.
Each precinct listed below is commanded by a captain who works under the major of the Field Operations Division. Each of the precincts has a General Patrol Unit composed of our men and women who patrol the streets 24 hours-a-day.