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Abbeville, Alabama

Abbeville is a very small city, located in southeastern Alabama, and has a population of approximately 2,688 people. Abbeville is the county seat location of Henry County. The mayor of Abbeville is James Giganti, Jr. In 2016, there were no murders or robberies reported in Abbeville. There were 10 reported assaults, 1 rape, 10 assaults, and 12 burglaries. There were 34 reported thefts and 5 auto thefts. The overall crime rate for Abbeville is 207.1, compared to the US national average of 280.5. There are 25 registered sex offenders living in Abbeville.

City of Abbeville
101 East Washington St.
P O Box 427
Abbeville, AL 36310
334-585-6444

Abbeville, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

There were a total of 62 reported crimes in Abbeville in 2016, leading to a crime rate of 2,377 per 100,000 persons. This is considerably lower than both the Alabama state average and the US national average. The police station in Abbeville is also located at 101 East Washington Street, and the police chief is Noel Vanlandingham. There are six police officers, and their focus is on community policing.

101 East Washington St.
P O Box 427
Abbeville, AL 36310
334-585-2221

nvanlandingham@cityofabbeville.org

Typically, inmates are jailed through the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, also located in Abbeville.

101 Court Square
Abbeville, AL 36310
334-585-3131

Abbeville, Alabama – Open Records Request

Requests for public records can be made through the Probate Judge of Abbeville, currently David Money. His office is also located in Abbeville.
101 Court Square
Abbeville, AL 36310
334-585-3257

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