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Now, Alabama's Megan's Law arms the public with certain information on the whereabouts of dangerous sex offenders so that local communities may protect themselves and their children. The law also authorizes local law enforcement to notify the public about high-risk and serious sex offenders who reside in, are employed in, or frequent the community.
The law is not intended to punish the offender and specifically prohibits using the information to harass or commit any crime against the offender. It recognizes that public safety is best served when registered sex offenders are not concealing their location to avoid harassment. View sex offender information online. Madison Sex Offenders
The Neighborhood Watch Program encourages neighbors to get to know each other and to protect themselves from criminal activity. To start a Neighborhood Watch Program in your neighborhood or to obtain more information, please contact the Madison Police Department at (256) 722-5676.
To hire an off-duty Police Officer, you can contact the Patrol Division Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at (256) 772-2567. The following requirements must be met:
Your request must be approved by the Chief of Police and the Mayor.