Tallassee Alabama Police Department

Tallassee Alabama Police Department TEL: 334-283-6586 The Tallassee Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency.
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Through teamwork and community involvement, our city's neighborhoods and businesses will be made safer places to live, work, and play. The community's involvement and active prevention of criminal activity stems from the leadership provided by all members of the Tallassee Police Department. As an organization that values integrity and mutual support, we will achieve a level of excellence making our department one that will make our citizens proud.

12/05/2023
This sweet girl was picked up yesterday from S Ashurst Ave. If you know who her family is, please call the department at...
11/28/2023

This sweet girl was picked up yesterday from S Ashurst Ave. If you know who her family is, please call the department at 334-283-6586

**UPDATE** They were returned to their owner! The babies were picked up today from Langley St. If you know who they belo...
11/15/2023

**UPDATE** They were returned to their owner!

The babies were picked up today from Langley St. If you know who they belong to, please call the police department at 334-283-6586.

10/30/2023

Halloween should be a fun night of costumes and candy, not a frightful night of crime. Unfortunately, statistics show Halloween brings increased safety risks:
• Property crimes jump 60% on Halloween night.
• Violent crimes increase by over 50% during the holiday.
With more people out at night, criminals seize the opportunity for mischief. Don't let yourself become a target. Take simple precautions to keep your family and home secure:
• Leave lights on if you go out. Criminals scout for dark, empty-looking houses.
• Wait until you're home to post costumes pics. Social media tips them off you're not around.
• Lock up your car and remove valuables. Don't give criminals an invitation to steal.
• Keep doors/windows locked, even when home. It takes seconds for a criminal to slip inside.
• Check-in with elderly neighbors. Offer to watch their home so they don't become targets.
The night may look spooky, but with smart preparations you can keep your family safe and enjoy the holiday.

10/24/2023

JOB OPEN DATE: 10/24/2023 JOB CLOSE DATE: 10/31/2024

Job Title: Senior Center Manager
Department: Senior Center
Reports to: Mayor

Summary of job purpose:
Responsible for the supervising of operations, activities, volunteers, and staff of a municipal senior center; ensures provision of home delivered and congregate meals for seniors in the community.

Key Areas of Responsibility and Duty:
Management and Supervision:
- Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews, and evaluates the work of assigned staff.
- Recommends the selection of staff.
- Provides training to staff in work procedures.
- Administers discipline as required.

Budget and Resource Management:
- Provides input into the division's budgetary and goal-setting processes.
- Oversees and manages expenditures.
- Ensures adequate supply inventories.

Client Assistance:
- Assists clients with the registration process for access to senior center services.

Community Engagement:
- Develops and maintains ongoing working relationships with other social services agencies, organizations, service clubs, and community groups.
- Participates in active outreach at events in the community.

Reporting and Data Management:
- Performs daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting and data entry.

Regulatory Compliance:
- Ensures compliance with all federal, state, local, and department laws, regulations, and requirements.

Facility and Equipment Management:
- Ensures that food preparation equipment, cooking and serving utensils, kitchen work areas, and the dining area are orderly, clean, and sanitary.
- Oversees building/facility operations, including repairs, janitorial maintenance, security, and safety issues.
- Reports the need for repairs and follows up on services.

Program Evaluation and Improvement:
- Evaluates and monitors assigned activities/programs.
- Recommends improvements based on evaluations.

Complaint Handling:
- Investigates service complaints and recommends remedial action if required.
- Ensures the quality and consistency of services provided by assigned staff.

Flexibility:
- Performs duties of center staff as required, which suggests a hands-on approach to managing the center.

This role involves a diverse set of tasks, including both administrative and hands-on responsibilities. It's crucial for the person in this position to have strong organizational, managerial, and interpersonal skills, as they are responsible for the well-being and satisfaction of the senior center's clients and the efficient operation of the facility.

**To apply for this position, all applications must be fully complete and submitted to the City Clerk no later than 4pm on 10/31/2023. Email resumes will not be accepted.**

10/11/2023

*** Public Notice ***

The city will be observing Halloween on Tuesday, October 31st, from 5 pm to 8 pm.

10/09/2023

***Public Notice***

Haynes Life Flight is landing at Tallassee High School for demonstration purposes only. There are no medical emergencies at the high school.

10/06/2023

**Public Notice**

This year's Homecoming parade will not be traveling across the bridge due to the work being done. The alternate route keeps the parade mostly on Barnett Blvd. The police department will begin closing Barnett Blvd off at approximately 1:45 pm.

A huge "Thank You" to the senior class of 2024! You took time out of your day to remind your favorite geriatric SRO offi...
10/06/2023

A huge "Thank You" to the senior class of 2024! You took time out of your day to remind your favorite geriatric SRO officer how much he is loved! Congratulations for rolling the building he spends a lot of time in! Lt. Clayton got his exercise in this morning for sure!
GO TIGERS💜💛💜💛

This sweet girl was picked up on Riverside Ave today. If you know her owner, please have them call the police department...
10/03/2023

This sweet girl was picked up on Riverside Ave today. If you know her owner, please have them call the police department at 334-283-6586.

This sweet little girl was picked up today on Carr Cir. If you know her family, please have them call the police departm...
09/27/2023

This sweet little girl was picked up today on Carr Cir. If you know her family, please have them call the police department at 334-283-6586.

09/26/2023

UPDATE: All personnel have cleared the scene

NOTICE: Units from the Tallassee Police and Fire Departments along with EMS have been dispatched to an accident that occurred in the 700 block of E Patton St. at approximately 1315 hrs. Please avoid this location if possible, or use an alternate route

This little lady was picked up on Barnett Blvd. If you know her family, please have them call the police department at 3...
09/26/2023

This little lady was picked up on Barnett Blvd. If you know her family, please have them call the police department at 334-283-6586

This sweet boy was picked up on Barnett Blvd.  If you know his family, please have them call the police department at 33...
09/26/2023

This sweet boy was picked up on Barnett Blvd. If you know his family, please have them call the police department at 334-283-6586

09/26/2023

**JOB OPENING**

The Tallassee Police Department is seeking applications for both full-time and part-time Emergency Communications Operator/Dispatcher positions. Applicants should have good communication skills, computer knowledge, and the ability to multitask and work in stressful situations. No experience is necessary as on-the-job training will be provided.

Applications can be picked up at the Police Department or online at ww.tallasseeal.gov.
The Tallassee Police Department is an equal opportunity employer. The City of Tallassee participates in E-Verify.

On 9/22/23, with assistance from the Bulter Co. Sheriff's Dept, wanted murder suspect, Robdarius Smith, was arrested and...
09/23/2023

On 9/22/23, with assistance from the Bulter Co. Sheriff's Dept, wanted murder suspect, Robdarius Smith, was arrested and is in custody. The Tallasse Police Department would like to thank all agencies for their assistance in apprehending Smith. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this individual, please call the department @ (334)283-6586
09/22/2023

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this individual, please call the department @ (334)283-6586

09/21/2023

**PRESS RELEASE**
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On 9/20/23, at approximately 1754 hours, the Tallassee Police Department was dispatched to the 100 block of Washington Street in reference to a subject shot. Officers arrived on scene at 1757 and were able to locate the victim. Emergency medical aid was administered until Haynes medics arrived. The victim succumbed to his wounds and was pronounced deceased. The crime scene was processed, multiple witnesses were interviewed, a suspect was developed, and a warrant was obtained. The investigation is still on-going. The Tallassee Police Department would like to thank the Tallapoosa County Sheriff's Dept, The Eclectic Police Dept, the Tuskegee Police Dept, the Macon County Sheriff's Dept, and the US Marshals Task Force for their assistance. The Tallassee Police Department would like to encourage anyone with any information pertaining to this case to contact the Tallassee Police Department @ (334)283-6586. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

09/17/2023

*** Update***
All phone lines are back working properly.

***Notice***
The non-emergency lines for the police department are currently unavailable. If you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. For non-emergencies, please dial 334-991-1040. We will update you as soon as services are restored.

09/15/2023

At approximately 6:43 am this morning, 9-15-2023, Tallassee Police and Medics responded to Oak Heights Road and Powers Avenue in reference to an eight-year-old child on a bicycle struck by a motor vehicle. The vehicle was heading westbound on Oak Heights Road approaching Powers Avenue. The child was on Powers Avenue crossing over Oak Heights Road. Haynes Life Flight was activated and transported the child to Children's Hospital in Birmingham. The driver of the vehicle remained on scene. No charges or citations were issued.

This handsome boy was picked up today on Central Blvd. Please contact the police department if you know who he belongs t...
09/13/2023

This handsome boy was picked up today on Central Blvd. Please contact the police department if you know who he belongs to.

This sweet girl was picked up today on N Ashurst Ave. Please contact the police department if you know who she belongs t...
09/13/2023

This sweet girl was picked up today on N Ashurst Ave. Please contact the police department if you know who she belongs to.

On 9/11/23, officers with the Tallassee Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the 100 Block of Central Blvd.  Du...
09/12/2023

On 9/11/23, officers with the Tallassee Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the 100 Block of Central Blvd. During the traffic stop, officers recovered a pill bottle containing 13 grams of pills that field tested positive for fentanyl. W/F Andrea L. Gregory was taken into custody and charged with Trafficking in Fentanyl. According to the new law passed by Gov. Kay Ivey, on July 1st, 2023, if convicted, Gregory could face a possible life in prison sentence with a minimum fine of $750,000.00. The suspected fentanyl will be submitted to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences for laboratory analysis. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

On 8/24/23, the Tallassee Police Department attempted to take W/M Larry Gresham into custody at his place of employment....
08/24/2023

On 8/24/23, the Tallassee Police Department attempted to take W/M Larry Gresham into custody at his place of employment. Mr. Gresham fled on foot upon seeing the Tallassee Patrol Officer and after a short foot pursuit, Mr. Gresham was apprehended. Gresham was charged with two (2) counts of R**e 1st and five (5) counts of Sexual Abuse of a Child Under 12. Mr. Gresham was transported to the Tallapoosa Co. Jail without incident with additional charges to follow. All subjects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

This sweet boy was picked up today off of Pinehurst. If you are his owner or know who his owner is, please call the depa...
08/24/2023

This sweet boy was picked up today off of Pinehurst. If you are his owner or know who his owner is, please call the department at (334)283-6586.

08/07/2023

Due to the extreme high temperatures and heat indexes for the next couple of days, the lower lobby of the police department will be open as a cooling station through Wednesday 08/09/2023. If you have any further questions please contact the department at 334-283-6586.

Skylynn Kizziah has been located on 8/5/2023.
08/05/2023

Skylynn Kizziah has been located on 8/5/2023.

These sweet babies were picked up on Lakewood Dr. today. If you are the owner or know the owner, please call the departm...
07/23/2023

These sweet babies were picked up on Lakewood Dr. today. If you are the owner or know the owner, please call the department at 334-283-6586

07/22/2023

***Public Service Announcement***

Due to the threat of inclement weather, the storm shelters located behind City Hall have been opened.

07/20/2023

******************NOTICE********************

The silent auction will begin July 24th and end August 22nd at 3PM.
**ALL BIDS NEED TO BE PLACED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE AND GIVEN TO THE CITY CLERK. They will be opened on August 22nd at the council meeting.

All vehicles are located at the city lot 409 Gilmer Ave., and can be viewed Monday-Friday from 8am-3pm, if you are interested in setting up a time please contact us at 283-6586.

Below are pics of all the surplus vehicles for the silent auction.
07/19/2023

Below are pics of all the surplus vehicles for the silent auction.

This sweet baby was found at the Tallassee Rec Pool, please contact the Tallassee Police Department if he/she belongs to...
07/17/2023

This sweet baby was found at the Tallassee Rec Pool, please contact the Tallassee Police Department if he/she belongs to you or if you if May know the owner

07/17/2023

************PLEASE NOTICE**************

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 14, 2023

PER ALDOT

Daytime lane closures expected on I-85 near the Montgomery/Macon Co. line

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – For the week of July 17th, the Alabama Department of Transportation will have intermittent daytime lane closures on the Interstate 85 Line Creek bridge widening project.

The project consists of widening relief bridges and the bridge over Line Creek on Interstate 85 in Montgomery and Macon counties.

Due to the type of work performed, the daytime lane closures are needed for the visibility and safety of the workers in the work zone.

Motorists are advised to plan accordingly for delays and be mindful of equipment and people working in the work zone.

The daytime lane closures will take place from approximately 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and should be completed by the end of the week.

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214 Barnett Boulevard
Tallassee, AL
36078

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