The Daphne Police Department offers several free public services to our residents who live inside the city limits. Take a look below at some of the ways we can assist you.
If you are going on vacation or out of town and are worried about the security of your residence or business, you may complete a Security Check form and have officers periodically check the perimeter of your residence or business for break-ins or suspicious activity. This service helps ensure your property's protection and will help "ease your mind" while away. You may pick this form up at Daphne Police Department. Call 251-620-0110 or 251-620-0300 for more information.
Justice Center Tours
Tours are routinely provided to groups or organizations who are interested in learning more about the police department and how it functions. For more information, please contact Sergeant Ken Lassiter at 251-620-0200.
Local Records Checks & Fingerprints
Need a records check for employment? We offer free local records checks as long as you have a valid picture ID. You must report in person with your ID to the Records Division. Call 251-620-0110 with any questions.
We also offer fingerprinting for Daphne residents. You may report to our Corrections/Jail at 1502 US Hwy 98 or call 251-620-0550 for more information. Fingerprinting is offered between the hours of 9am and 11am, Monday through Saturday.
We have many educated officers who speak to civic groups and organizations on law enforcement related topics. Requests can be made by calling 251-620-0200 and asking for the Community Resource Unit.
Several members of Daphne Police Department are notaries and provide their services free to the public as long as proper ID is provided. Be sure not to sign any paperwork until you are in the presence of the notary.
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