City of Madison, AL - Home Page

Go To Search
homeprint page
rss
Fieldstatusopen.jpg
Calendar  |  Bid Opportunities  |  Contact Us  |  Sitemap
What do I do if I disagree with an officer and/or a citation?
If you disagree with the officer or a citation, the time of the stop is not the time to argue or contest either the stop or a charge. Upon request, if the officer has not done so already, the officer will identify him or herself to you. If the officer’s explanation of the stop or citation is not satisfactory, you may contact an on-duty supervisor through police dispatch at (256) 722-7190 or go to the Madison Police Department located at 100 Hughes Road and request to see an on-duty supervisor. If you feel the citation is incorrect, you have the opportunity to contest the charge in Municipal Court before a judge. You are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and the burden of proof is on the City.

Police - Patrol

Show All Answers

1. How do I get a Radar Trailer in my neighborhood?
2. How do I report a traffic issue?
3. How do I request traffic enforcement?
4. What do I do when I am involved in a traffic accident?
5. What do I do when I'm being pulled over by an officer?
6. What do I do if I am being pulled over by an unmarked police car?
7. What do I do if I am being stopped at night?
8. What do I do if I disagree with an officer and/or a citation?
9. What do I do if the officer asks me to step out of my car?

Privacy Statement  |  Accessibility  |  Copyright Notices  |  Renewable Energy  |  Photo Credits  |  Contact Us  |  Sitemap  |  Powered by CivicPlus