Warrior, Alabama

Warrior is a city in Blount County and Jefferson County, Alabama, in the northern part of the state. Oneonta is the County Seat of Blount County. Birmingham is the County Seat of Jefferson County. Johnny Ragland is the mayor of Warrior, and his office is in the City Hall, which is located on Main Street. The population of Warrior is 3,176 people.

City of Warrior
City Hall
215 Main St N
Warrior, AL 35180

In 2016, there were no murders in Warrior. There were 7 assaults, 2 rapes, and 1 robbery. There were also 8 burglaries, 48 thefts, and 3 auto thefts in 2016. Warrior had a crime index of 187.9, which is lower than the United States national crime rate of 267.7. There were 24 registered sex offenders living in Warrior, as of May 2018.

Warrior, Alabama – Police Department and Crime Statistics

In 2016, there were 69 reported crimes in Warrior, for a crime rate of 2,154 per 100,000 persons. This is lower than both the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons, and the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crimes are the most commonly reported crimes in Warrior.

The Warrior Police Department is located on Main Street, and the Police Chief is Scott Praytor. The police department employs 12 police officers.

Warrior Police Department
215 Main St N
Warrior, AL 35180

The Blount County Sheriff’s Office is the larger police department, and the office is run by Sheriff Mark Moon. The Sheriff’s Office is located in Oneonta, on Industrial Park Road.

Blount County Sheriff’s Office
225 Industrial Park Road
Oneonta, AL 35121

One of the other police departments is the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Birmingham, where Mark Levie Pettway is the sheriff. Approximately 1,000 inmates are housed daily between the two Jefferson County facilities. The Deputy Chief of Corrections is Cleveland Moore. The Sheriff’s Office includes patrol, criminal, and corrections divisions, along with offering resources to schools and courts.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
2200 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd
Birmingham, AL 35203

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page

Mark Levie Pettway

Cleveland Moore, Deputy Chief of Corrections

Warrior, Alabama – Open Records Requests

Open Records Requests should be made through the City Clerk, Demetra Mixon. It’s the responsibility of the City Clerk to ensure that elections are run properly and all records are kept accurately.

Demetra Mixon, City Clerk
215 Main St N
Warrior, AL 35180