The Amnesty Court program can help persons who have outstanding warrants with Dothan Municipal Court for either failure to appear, failure to pay or failure to comply with a court-ordered referral. To learn more about the Amnesty Court program offered by the Dothan Municipal Court, please view our web page on the topic.
- On May 19th Dothan Police responded to a report of a firearm assault in the 2100 block of Baker Trace. Officers arrived on scene and discovered 19 year old Christian Mullins with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. It was …Read More »
- We still have slots available for the 2018 Junior Police Academy. Click below to download the application. Cadets interested in June session need to submit application no later than June 1st. Junior Police Academy Application 2018-1 JPA Canidate Recommendation Form-1 JPA flyer 2018-2Read More »
- On May 14th 2018 Dothan Police responded to American Trailers located in the 100 block of Loftin Rd. to a report of several of the company trucks being broken into. An employee from American Trailers witnessed a white male taking …Read More »
- On May 15th 2018 at approximately 1:00 a.m. Dothan Police responded to a report of a possible kidnapping at the Flying J Truck Stop located in the 2100 block of Ross Clark Circle. Reports were that an elderly female was …Read More »
- On May 8th 2018 Dothan Police Officers responded to a report of a rape in the 1100 block of Crestline Drive. Officers made contact with the mother of the juvenile victim and she was transported to Flowers Hospital for examination. …Read More »
The Dothan Police Department is dedicated to professional excellence as an exemplary and CALEA accredited public safety agency. We are committed to establishing an environment in which members of the department and the community continue to grow together; seeking to be a catalyst for positive change through persistent, personalized and cost effective use of public safety resources. By embracing the values of pride, professionalism and integrity, we remain devoted to maintaining the public trust.
Steven L. Parrish
Chief of Police