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Operating as usual

Shared from our neighbors at the Vestavia Hills Police Department regarding the traffic plan ahead of the opening of Chi...
11/17/2021

Shared from our neighbors at the Vestavia Hills Police Department regarding the traffic plan ahead of the opening of Chick-fil-A in Cahaba Heights on Crosshaven Drive.

#MBReady #MBSafe

It’s opening week, and we’re excited to serve Cahaba Heights and the surrounding area! In order to serve you quickly and efficiently, we have partnered with the Vestavia Hills Police Department to develop a proactive traffic management plan. Traffic will be monitored closely and we will adjust as needed. We look forward to serving you and we are honored to join the Cahaba Heights community!

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#chickfila #chickfilacahabaheights #cahabaheights #vestavia #vestaviahills #mountainbrook #homewood #birmingham

11/17/2021

TRAINING: MBPD will be training at our facility in the Cahaba Heights area this morning until about 12 noon. This training may consist of audible devices. Do not be alarmed if you hear them.

#MBSafe #MBReady 👮‍♀️ 👮 🚓

Thank you for sharing and recognizing the actions of our officers, Mayor Stewart Welch. We are extremely grateful for th...
11/17/2021

Thank you for sharing and recognizing the actions of our officers, Mayor Stewart Welch.

We are extremely grateful for their quick actions! Both are a big part of this MBPD family.

We also appreciate our city leaders for equipping us with the resources and training to best serve our community.

#MBSafe #MBReady #MBStrong

Meet 2 everyday heroes! Officer Christopher McDaniel and Corporal Micah Wooten teamed up to save the life of a man who had overdosed. Thank you, gentlemen, and all of our police and fire officers for all you do every day to come to our aid. #choosemb #xploremb @mtnbrookschools @mountainbrookpd @mountainbrookmag @mountainbrookchamber @mountainbrookfd @porticomountainbrook @brombergs @rickybromberg

Heads up, Cahaba Heights. We’ll be training in the area beginning this evening. 👮 🚔 #MBSafe #MBReady
11/16/2021

Heads up, Cahaba Heights. We’ll be training in the area beginning this evening. 👮 🚔

#MBSafe #MBReady

Heads up, Cahaba Heights. We’ll be training in the area beginning this evening. 👮 🚔

#MBSafe #MBReady

MBPD Self-Defense Class is BACK! 🥊 REGISTER NOW! Come learn fundamental SITUATIONAL AWARENESS and SELF DEFENSE from swor...
11/13/2021

MBPD Self-Defense Class is BACK! 🥊

REGISTER NOW! Come learn fundamental SITUATIONAL AWARENESS and SELF DEFENSE from sworn Mountain Brook Police Instructors! This class will fill up fast. It’s three nights in a row from 11/29 - 12/1 from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm nightly. You don’t want to miss out. The only way to register is by downloading the Mountain Brook Police smartphone App and filling out the form under the Police Services Tab.

You must be a resident of MB to attend. We can’t WAIT!

🖊: LINK to App for registration: https://apps.myocv.com/share/a57635213

Mayor Stewart Welch Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce Mountain Brook Fire Department City of Mountain Brook Mountain Brook Schools

MBPD Self-Defense Class is BACK! 🥊

REGISTER NOW! Come learn fundamental SITUATIONAL AWARENESS and SELF DEFENSE from sworn Mountain Brook Police Instructors! This class will fill up fast. It’s three nights in a row from 11/29 - 12/1 from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm nightly. You don’t want to miss out. The only way to register is by downloading the Mountain Brook Police smartphone App and filling out the form under the Police Services Tab.

You must be a resident of MB to attend. We can’t WAIT!

🖊: LINK to App for registration: https://apps.myocv.com/share/a57635213

Mayor Stewart Welch Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce Mountain Brook Fire Department City of Mountain Brook Mountain Brook Schools

11/11/2021

This Veterans Day, meet one of our own - Officer Hill. Officer Hill is currently assigned to the Patrol Division and is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Thank you for your service! 🇺🇸

EXCELLENCE over EXPEDIENCE

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Thank you will never be enough. Your service will never be forgotten.Happy Veterans Day! 🇺🇸
11/11/2021

Thank you will never be enough. Your service will never be forgotten.

Happy Veterans Day! 🇺🇸

Thank you will never be enough. Your service will never be forgotten.

Happy Veterans Day! 🇺🇸

Crestline Elementary will be honoring veterans in a Celebration Tour Parade on Wednesday, November 10 (rain date: Novemb...
11/09/2021

Crestline Elementary will be honoring veterans in a Celebration Tour Parade on Wednesday, November 10 (rain date: November 12). Veterans will convene at Mountain Brook Baptist Church and begin the parade at 9:45 am. The parade will proceed from Montevallo to Church Street, and then through Crestline Elementary, Dexter, and back around Elm Street. The parade participants will disperse at the circle on Jackson Blvd. Expect traffic delays in this area during the parade.

Students and faculty will line the sidewalks surrounding the school along Church Street, Vine, and Elm Street to cheer for veterans as they pass. The parade should be completed by 10:15 am.

If you wish to join in the celebration, spots should be available for spectators on sidewalks along the Board of Education and Piggly Wiggly on Vine and on Dexter between Vine and Elm Street. Please leave sidewalks around the school and on Elm Street for students.

Crestline Elementary will be honoring veterans in a Celebration Tour Parade on Wednesday, November 10 (rain date: November 12). Veterans will convene at Mountain Brook Baptist Church and begin the parade at 9:45 am. The parade will proceed from Montevallo to Church Street, and then through Crestline Elementary, Dexter, and back around Elm Street. The parade participants will disperse at the circle on Jackson Blvd. Expect traffic delays in this area during the parade.

Students and faculty will line the sidewalks surrounding the school along Church Street, Vine, and Elm Street to cheer for veterans as they pass. The parade should be completed by 10:15 am.

If you wish to join in the celebration, spots should be available for spectators on sidewalks along the Board of Education and Piggly Wiggly on Vine and on Dexter between Vine and Elm Street. Please leave sidewalks around the school and on Elm Street for students.

An early start to this morning supporting the Mountain Brook Fop 5K Pig Run! 👮‍♀️ 🐷 🏃‍♂️ We were proud to partner with L...
11/06/2021

An early start to this morning supporting the Mountain Brook Fop 5K Pig Run! 👮‍♀️ 🐷 🏃‍♂️

We were proud to partner with Lodge 78 of the Fraternal Order of Police to benefit Prescott House Child Advocacy Center

See our profile for more pictures of this awesome event! 🚓💙

Posted at the request of The City of Mountain Brook:
11/03/2021
City Election Date Changes | Mountain Brook Alabama

Posted at the request of The City of Mountain Brook:

There are 460 municipalities in the State of Alabama. 449 of these municipalities elect all members of their governing body every four years which coincides with Presidential elections (even years). Nine (9) cities in Alabama currently have “off-year” (odd years) elections: Birmingham, Huntsvill...

Heads up from Jefferson County, Alabama:
11/02/2021

Heads up from Jefferson County, Alabama:

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER - Become a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer with one of the most renowned agencies in the Southeast. We...
11/01/2021

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER - Become a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer with one of the most renowned agencies in the Southeast. We’re offering a PT Test for new candidates on November 6th! MBPD Officers receive advanced-level training, rank amongst the highest paid in the State, receive free single health insurance, educational incentives, opportunities to join specialty units, and more. To register, email [email protected]. 👮‍♀️ 👮

Make a difference and better yourself - IT STARTS HERE! ✅ 🤜 🤛

Happy Halloween, MB! 🧡🎃Be sure to celebrate responsibly! If you weren’t at the parade, you missed out! It went a little ...
11/01/2021

Happy Halloween, MB! 🧡🎃

Be sure to celebrate responsibly! If you weren’t at the parade, you missed out! It went a little something like this:

#MBReady #MBSafe #MBSpooky

#xploremb City of Mountain Brook Mayor Stewart Welch Mountain Brook Fire Department Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce Mountain Brook Schools

10/29/2021

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Check out Mountain Brook Elementary SRO Tanner hanging out with students at the BOO 👻 Bash! How AWESOME? Way to go Officer Tanner!

REMEMBER: The Halloween Parade is this Sunday in Crestline. Come trick-r-treat with us at our tent and let us see your costumes! 🎃 🚔

Photos from Mayor Stewart Welch's post
10/29/2021

Photos from Mayor Stewart Welch's post

We 💙 Mrs. Joann! The Dande Lion has been a staple in Mountain Brook for 52 years! Congratulations on your retirement! We...
10/29/2021

We 💙 Mrs. Joann!

The Dande Lion has been a staple in Mountain Brook for 52 years! Congratulations on your retirement! We were glad to be a part of this celebration.

Congrats to Joann Long, who is retiring after 5️⃣2️⃣ years of running the Dande Lion! 🦁 🥳 Surrounded by family and friends, she received a key to the city yesterday.

Thank you, Mayor Stewart Welch!
10/29/2021

Thank you, Mayor Stewart Welch!

We are all very excited! Jaye Loggins sworn in as the 6th police chief of Mountain Brook. #choosemb #xploremb Mountain Brook Magazine] Over The Mountain Journal] @mountainbrookpd @mountainbrookfd @mountainbrookchamber Mountain Brook Magazine] @porticomountainbrook Over The Mountain Journal] @mtnbrookschools

This evening during the Mountain Brook Council Meeting, Acting Chief James “Jaye” A. Loggins was formally named as the 6...
10/26/2021

This evening during the Mountain Brook Council Meeting, Acting Chief James “Jaye” A. Loggins was formally named as the 6th Chief of Police. Chief Loggins served as Deputy Chief under Chief Cook’s Administration. Chief Loggins also briefly served as the Acting Chief of Police following Chief Cook’s retirement announcement. Chief Loggins is no stranger to the Mountain Brook Police Department and has been serving with the Department since 1996.

Chief Loggins has served and supervised in every division throughout the department; including promotion to executive management and oversight of the daily operations of the Agency at the ranks of Captain and Deputy Chief.

Chief Loggins graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with a degree in Justice Science in 2001. Loggins will also receive his Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from Jacksonville State University in 2022. Chief Loggins is a recipient of the FBI LEEDA (Law Enforcement Executive Development Academy) Trilogy Award and is a graduate of FBI L.E.E.D.S. Chief Loggins has also completed the APSLA (Alabama Public Safety Leadership Academy) and MPACT (The Managers Preparing to Accomplish Change Today) Programs.

Chief Loggins expresses his appreciation to the City Leadership for entrusting him with the safety and security of the citizens of Mountain Brook. Chief Loggins would also like to thank Chief Cook for his mentorship and lasting friendship over the years.

Chief Loggins looks forward to continuing to exceed the expectation demanded of this agency by it’s citizens. Chief Loggins’ appointment is effective tomorrow, October 26, 2021. We look forward to working under Chief Loggins’ leadership and congratulate him on this outstanding achievement. This is truly an exciting time in the history of the Department. We trust that Chief Loggins will continue to do an incredible job.

Join us in officially congratulating Mountain Brook Police Department's 6th Chief of Police - Chief Jaye Loggins.

SEE FULL RELEASE on our Website: https://www.mtnbrook.org/police/page/october-25-2021-permanent-chief-police-ann

This evening during the Mountain Brook Council Meeting, Acting Chief James “Jaye” A. Loggins was formally named as the 6th Chief of Police. Chief Loggins served as Deputy Chief under Chief Cook’s Administration. Chief Loggins also briefly served as the Acting Chief of Police following Chief Cook’s retirement announcement. Chief Loggins is no stranger to the Mountain Brook Police Department and has been serving with the Department since 1996.

Chief Loggins has served and supervised in every division throughout the department; including promotion to executive management and oversight of the daily operations of the Agency at the ranks of Captain and Deputy Chief.

Chief Loggins graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with a degree in Justice Science in 2001. Loggins will also receive his Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from Jacksonville State University in 2022. Chief Loggins is a recipient of the FBI LEEDA (Law Enforcement Executive Development Academy) Trilogy Award and is a graduate of FBI L.E.E.D.S. Chief Loggins has also completed the APSLA (Alabama Public Safety Leadership Academy) and MPACT (The Managers Preparing to Accomplish Change Today) Programs.

Chief Loggins expresses his appreciation to the City Leadership for entrusting him with the safety and security of the citizens of Mountain Brook. Chief Loggins would also like to thank Chief Cook for his mentorship and lasting friendship over the years.

Chief Loggins looks forward to continuing to exceed the expectation demanded of this agency by it’s citizens. Chief Loggins’ appointment is effective tomorrow, October 26, 2021. We look forward to working under Chief Loggins’ leadership and congratulate him on this outstanding achievement. This is truly an exciting time in the history of the Department. We trust that Chief Loggins will continue to do an incredible job.

Join us in officially congratulating Mountain Brook Police Department's 6th Chief of Police - Chief Jaye Loggins.

SEE FULL RELEASE on our Website: https://www.mtnbrook.org/police/page/october-25-2021-permanent-chief-police-ann

Happy (early) Halloween!This Sunday, October 31st is the Mystics of Mountain Brook Halloween Parade! Be advised traffic ...
10/25/2021

Happy (early) Halloween!

This Sunday, October 31st is the Mystics of Mountain Brook Halloween Parade! Be advised traffic in and around the Crestline area will be significantly impacted from 2:00 pm until approximately 5:30 pm. Please plan accordingly. Once the fencing is placed by Public Works personnel, all parked vehicles and traffic will not be able to move until the conclusion of the parade! We will send out an alert via the "Mountain Brook Police" App at the start and end of the parade.

We look forward to seeing you! Be sure to stop by and see us at our tent in Crestline.

#MBPD #CallUsIfYouNeedUs #SpookySZN #LockItUp

Happy (early) Halloween!

This Sunday, October 31st is the Mystics of Mountain Brook Halloween Parade! Be advised traffic in and around the Crestline area will be significantly impacted from 2:00 pm until approximately 5:30 pm. Please plan accordingly. Once the fencing is placed by Public Works personnel, all parked vehicles and traffic will not be able to move until the conclusion of the parade! We will send out an alert via the "Mountain Brook Police" App at the start and end of the parade.

We look forward to seeing you! Be sure to stop by and see us at our tent in Crestline.

#MBPD #CallUsIfYouNeedUs #SpookySZN #LockItUp

Trunk-R-Treat and Fall Festival were a BLAST! Thank you to our friends at Mountain Brook Baptist Church and Mountain Bro...
10/25/2021

Trunk-R-Treat and Fall Festival were a BLAST!

Thank you to our friends at Mountain Brook Baptist Church and Mountain Brook Community Church for letting us join in on the fun! There was a silent competition against Mountain Brook Fire Department on police officer vs. firefighter costumes. Needless to say everyone was wearing a MB Jr. Police badge! 😉 (Including a fireman!)

All jokes aside - call us if you need us, MB. 🧡

👮‍♀️ 👨‍🚒 🎃

HAPPENING NOW: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in front of the Mountain Brook Police Department. We’ll dispose ...
10/23/2021

HAPPENING NOW: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in front of the Mountain Brook Police Department. We’ll dispose of any unwanted and expired prescription medications - no questions asked. Be sure to remove any personal identifiers from the bottle. We will be here until 2:00 pm! 💊

Special thanks to Samford University Student National Pharmaceutical Association and Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy-NCPA Student Chapter from Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy.

HAPPENING NOW: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in front of the Mountain Brook Police Department. We’ll dispose of any unwanted and expired prescription medications - no questions asked. Be sure to remove any personal identifiers from the bottle. We will be here until 2:00 pm! 💊

Special thanks to Samford University Student National Pharmaceutical Association and Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy-NCPA Student Chapter from Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy.

MBPD will once again be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day!The Take-Back Event will be Sa...
10/19/2021

MBPD will once again be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day!

The Take-Back Event will be Saturday, October 23rd between the hours of 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in front of Mountain Brook Police Department (101 Tibbett Street Mountain Brook, AL 35213).

We will accept any unused, expired, or unwanted prescription drugs to be properly destroyed - no questions asked. For your convenience, a drive-thru / drop-off will be setup in front of the police department. Be advised we cannot accept sharp items or needles.

MBPD will once again be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day!

The Take-Back Event will be Saturday, October 23rd between the hours of 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in front of Mountain Brook Police Department (101 Tibbett Street Mountain Brook, AL 35213).

We will accept any unused, expired, or unwanted prescription drugs to be properly destroyed - no questions asked. For your convenience, a drive-thru / drop-off will be setup in front of the police department. Be advised we cannot accept sharp items or needles.

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101 Tibbett Street
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I was ridding my bicycle through MB Village this morning. Thanks for reminding the driver, who was blowing the horn at us and blasting passed, she should obey our speed limits
I'm just an ordinary citizen -- in an extraordinary country. I wish I could extend my heartfelt thanks to every officer in the United States! Sir and Ma'am: may your path be paved with words of appreciation and deeds of gratitude for your generous spirit and your public service. If the forces of darkness come against you, please remember this reversal in 2 Kings 14-17: So [the king of Aram] sent horses and chariots there and a great army; they came by night, and surrounded the city. 15 When an attendant of the man of God rose early in the morning and went out, an army with horses and chariots was all around the city. His servant said, “Alas, master! What shall we do?” 16 He replied, “Do not be afraid, for there are more with us than there are with them.” 17 Then Elisha prayed: “O Lord, please open his eyes that he may see.” So the Lord opened the eyes of the servant, and he saw; the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha. May legions of God's angels surround you as your vanguard and your rearguard, on your right flank and your left.
Does anyone know how i can reconnect with eva jane shelswell white?
I am guessing that someone has reported the traffic light at Overton and Oakdale is not working correctly
This is my plea: To the Sheriffs, Mayors, Police Chiefs, Policemen, Laymen, and Administrators of the Police Department: Today, I'm asking all of you that are kind, courteous, compassionate, loving, caring, and professional to stand up to the corruption of the Rogue Police Officers. You know who they are. Those that are running their gang of hate towards people of color. Those that want to kill and destroy my people. They swore to protect and serve us and they lied. You know who they are. As a matter of fact, if you're reading this and it's you, please turn in your badge, gun and resign. Step down, step aside and let someone else lead that has a heart for the people. You know who you are. Don't let them get away with their corruption. It's only a matter of time, that they will do what Derek Chauvin and his partners did. Please expose these inhumane predators and expell them from their duty. If they can't protect and serve all of Americans, they have no right to deceive us and kill us for the least infraction. Please relieve them from their duty, today! Sincerely, Emma Carter Brooks I'm heartbroken and have been for awhile now, but this murder affected my whole being. When I'm angry, I write, I give, I encourage, and I try to bring peace and stop the blood shed. In 2016 I went through the same emotions about our people being murdered and police officers being murdered. I wrote then and appealed to my community to stop the violence. Which we hadn't had, but I didn't want it to ever happen in my community. I'm weeping today for all of those that have died for no reason, but being #BlackPeople . I'm so tired of this happening to my people. I'm tired. 💔💔
In the early 1980’s the Mtn Brook Police Dept allowed me to be a reserve officer. They assigned officers to train me to be of assistance where needed. They allowed me to ‘ride along’ with their officers and offer additional protection to the public and the officers. Because it has been 35+ years ago, I am only able to remember the names of two officers; Officer Larry Wilson and Officer Chip Gates. If anyone has any contact with these men, please let them know I really enjoyed and appreciated their training and guidance. I also want to take this time to let the residents of Mtn Brook know that the Mtn Brook Police are a very well trained, professional group. All the members of the dept that I came into contact with were very polite and hard working. It was an honor representing the City of Mtn. Brook and the Police Department during my position as Reserve Officer.
A huge shout out to MBPD for noticing my interior car light was on last night. Not only did they stop to check it out but instead of knocking on my door in the middle of the night they had the dispatcher call me and waited while I checked on my car to make sure everything was ok! Pretty much the only thing I love about living on Montevallo Road is knowing MBPD is always there fur my family!
A huge “Thanks״ to all of Law Enforcement for all You do! 👍👍
MBPD, if I’m not mistaken, you all offered a women’s self defense class last year. Are there any plans to repeat that class? If not, are you aware of any reputable classes in the area? Thank you!
Can something be done to alleviate traffic issues at Overton Road and South Brookwood Road during school times? People are going to cause an accident. I leave my office to get to Trussville to pick up my kid from school and I have to leave 45 mins ahead of time. I’ve been sitting in this traffic for 20 mins now. I will be late getting to my destination.
Shout out to officer R. Smith who assisted my 16 yr old driver following a wreck this afternoon on 280. He was polite, efficient, and extremely professional and we are thankful for him. We cannot, however, read his handwriting on the form he gave us at the scene...... I guess I can call tomorrow? Thanks for all you do!
Very conscientious and dedicated to assure environments of safety and protection. Sincere and serious interactions with citizens to effectively acquire details of situations that occur. Loyal and respectful attitude when conveying unconditional regard.