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Rockford, Alabama

Rockford is a very small town, north of Montgomery, in Coosa County, and Rockford is also the County Seat for Coosa County. The mayor of Rockford is Randall Lewis, and his office is located at the Town Hall, which is located on Main Street. Rockford has a population of 477 people.

Town of Rockford
Town Hall
111 Main Street
Rockford, AL 35136
256-377-4911

Town of Rockford Facebook Page

The last year for which crime information is available for Rockford is 2010. During that year, there were no murders, rapes, or assaults. There were also no robberies, burglaries, or auto thefts. There were 3 reported thefts. The crime index for Rockford for 2010 was 31.1, which is far below the United States national crime index of 296.1. As of January 2018, there were 10 registered sex offenders living in Rockford.

Rockford, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

In 2016, there was no information available about most crimes in Rockford. However, the estimated crime rate was 4,988 per 100,000 persons. This is comparable to the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons, but comparable to the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crimes appear to be the most commonly reported crimes in Rockford.

The Rockford Police Department is located on Main Street, and the Chief of Police is Corey Shaw.

Rockford Police Department
110 Main Street
Rockford, AL 36136
256-377-4911

The Coosa County Sheriff’s Office is the larger police department, and Terry Wilson is the sheriff. He was first elected sheriff in 2006. The Coosa County Sheriff’s Office is located on School Street in Rockford. Divisions within the police department include operations, cold cases, missing persons, sex offenders, courthouse security, and the jail.

Coosa County Sheriff’s Office
296 School Street
PO Box 279
Rockford AL 35136
256-377-2211

Terry Wilson, Sheriff
256-377-4922

Coosa County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page

The Coosa County Jail is also located on School Street in Rockford, and the jail administrator is Captain Michael Mull. There are a total of 11 corrections officers, including the administration. At any given time, there are over 30 inmates. Inmates may not receive visitors until they’ve been incarcerated for a minimum of 7 days, and visits are limited to two visitors per week for 15 minutes. Visitors must be placed on the approved list for inmates prior to the visit.

Coosa County Jail
1 School Street
Rockford, AL 35136
256-377-2211

Rockford, Alabama – Open Records Requests

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

Kris Rambo, Town Clerk
Town of Rockford
Town Hall
111 Main Street
Rockford, AL 35136
256-377-4911
townclerk@rockfordal.net

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