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Alabaster, Alabama

Alabaster, Alabama is a city just south of Birmingham, in Shelby County. The population of Alabaster is 30,352 people. The county seat of Shelby County is Columbiana. Marty Hanlon is the mayor of Alabaster and was elected in 2012. The city manager is Brian Binzer. Both can be reached at City Hall, located at 1953 Municipal Way.

Alabaster City Hall
1953 Municipal Way
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-664-6800

Marty Hanlon, Mayor
Handlon@cityofalabaster.com
205-664-6800

Brian Binzer, City Manager
bbinzer@cityofalabaster.com
205-664-6832

In 2016, there were 2 rapes, 1 murder, and 2 robberies in Alabaster, along with 92 reported assaults. There were 58 burglaries, 411 reports of theft, and 19 auto thefts. The crime index for Alabaster in 2016 was 135.0, dramatically less than the US crime index of 273.5. There were 24 registered sex offenders living in Alabaster.

Alabaster, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

The City of Alabaster Police Department is located at 201 1st Street N and can be reached by calling 205-663-7401. The crime rate in Alabaster is considerably lower than that of the state of Alabama and the US average. The total crime rate of Alabaster is 1,771 per 100,000 persons, compared to the Alabama crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons, and the US overall rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. The most common crimes in Alabaster are property crime and thefts. The police department employs approximately 87 people. Curtis Rigney is the Chief of Police. There are multiple divisions within the police department, including patrol, criminal investigations, special investigations, jail operations, animal control, and the school resource officer program.

City of Alabaster Police Department
201 1st Street N
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-663-7401

Curtis Rigney, Chief of Police
crigney@alabasterpolice.org

There is a jail associated with the police department. Sergeant Coleman White is the contact associated with the jail and booking divisions.

Coleman White, Sergeant
cwhite@alabasterpolice.org

Warrants and most wanted criminals can be viewed for Shelby County online. The website can be searched by last name.

Alabaster, Alabama Open Records Requests

Open records requests may be submitted to the City Clerk of the City of Alabaster. Linda Glasgow is the Assistant to the City Manager, and the City Clerk’s office is also located at 1953 Municipal Way in Alabaster.

City Clerk’s Office
1953 Municipal Way
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-664-6800

Linda Glasgow
Assistant to the City Manager
lglasgow@cityofalabaster.com

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