Patrol: 251-621-3095

The Patrol Division consists of four squads of patrol officers who work 12 hour shifts to patrol the City of Daphne, the largest city in Baldwin County. The Patrol Division works traffic enforcement, traffic accidents, answers calls for police service, serves subpoenas for the municipal court, and assists with animal control calls after hours.

CID - Detective Division / Internal Affairs: 251-621-2839

CID - Detective Division / Internal Affairs: 251-621-2839

The Criminial Investigations Division is made up of 2 Units: Investigations and The Community Resource Unit.

The Detective Division investigates and collects evidence on all felony offenses against persons or property cases involving narcotics, crimes committed by juveniles, and serious misdemeanor offenses. Detectives also receive authority directly from the Chief of Police to investigate allegations of police misconduct with the overall objective of protecting the public, the department, and its officers, otherwise known as Internal Affairs. 

The Community Resource Unit consists of DARE/SRO, Code Enforcement, Warrants, Drug Interdiction, and Officers assigned to special Task Force work through this unit. 

Community Resource Unit: 251-621-2839

Community Resource Unit: 251-621-2839

Code Enforcement  is responsible for enforcing the laws that prohibit the existence of conditions deemed to be a hazard to public health, safety and welfare.

Records: 251-621-2809

Records maintains all offense, arrest, and accident reports for the department. Records Technician Samantha Cooper is also responsible for the dissemination of these records to authorized agencies and personnel.

We now offer our crash reports online. Please visit: to request and download your crash reports. There is a small fee of $5.00 for each report which you can conveniently pay online. 

Corrections: 251-621-2808

Corrections has 10 certified correction officers. Don Bell serves as the Chief Corrections Officer. The City of Daphne Corrections Center is one of the largest municipal jails in the state. This state of the art Corrections Center can hold 44 sentenced prisoners and another 20-30 arrestees in front holding cells. Our jail also offers GED classes and Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) meetings to our inmates. Corrections currently holds arrestees for Spanish Fort Police Department, Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, Silverhill Police Department, the Alabama State Troopers, and U.S. Marshals, in addition to the arrestees Daphne Police Department brings in. All recruit corrections officers must attend an extensive Field Training Officer (F.T.O. Program) for nine weeks.

Animal Control: 251-621-2831

The City of Daphne Animal Shelter is run by Linda Mathews, Rhonda Jones, and Glenda Gardner. They are responsible for responding to animal related complaints and enforcing the animal control ordinance througout our community.

Magistrate Office: 251-621-2824

Michael Hoyt - Judge phone: 251-621-2824ext: 248