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Grant, Alabama

Grant, Alabama is a very small town located southeast of Huntsville, in Marshall County. The County Seat of Marshall County is Guntersville. Grant is governed by a mayor and a 5-member town council, and the offices are located on Main Street. The mayor is Larry Walker, and the population of Grant is 896 people.

Town of Grant
4766 Main St / P. O. Box 70
Grant, AL 35747
256-728-2007

In 2015, there were no murder, rapes, or robberies in Grant, and there was only one assault. There were 19 reported burglaries, 32 reports of thefts, and 2 reports of auto thefts. The crime index for Grant in 2015 was 328.5, which is somewhat higher than the United States national crime index of 283.6. As of January 2018, there were 14 registered sex offenders living in Grant.

Grant, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

There was no specific information available about the crime rates and statistics for Grant. However, the estimated crime rate for Grant is 3,197 per 100,000 persons. That is slightly lower than the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons, but higher than the US national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crime and violent crime seem to be the most commonly reported crimes in Grant.

The Grant Police Department is also located on Main Street, and the Chief of Police is Anthony Nunnelley. The police department currently consists of a total of five officers.

Grant Police Department
4766 Main St
Grant, AL 35747
256-728-4233

Grant Police Department Facebook page

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is the larger police department, and the office is run by Sheriff Scott Walls. The Sheriff’s Office is located in Guntersville, and department divisions include patrol, investigations, aviation, civil process, court, prisoner transport, communications, and the county jail. There is a jail on the premises, which houses approximately 200 inmates.

Marshall County Sheriff’s Office
423 Blount Avenue
Guntersville, AL 35976
256-582-2034

Grant, Alabama – Open Records Request

Open Records Requests should be submitted through the Town Clerk, Carolyn May. It is the Town Clerk’s duty to ensure accurate records are kept of all city and election actions.

Carolyn May, Town Clerk
4766 Main St
Grant, AL 35747
256-728-2007
cmay@grantal.org

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