Administration is responsible for all the administrative records, hiring, training, and commands Support Services. The Administrative Captain is Captain Scott Taylor.
Support Services: 251-620-0400
Support Services is broken into four units: Corrections, Warrants, Communications, and Animal Control/Animal Shelter and is led by Lieutenant Reginald Ardis. The Support Services Administrative Technician is Debbie White.
Corrections has 10 certified correction officers. Don Bell serves as the Chief Corrections Officer. The Corrections Center is one of the largest municipal jails in the state. This "state of the art" Corrections Center can hold 44 sentenced prisoners and another 20-30 arrestees in front holding cells. Our jail also offers GED classes and Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) meetings to our inmates. Corrections currently holds misdemeanor arrestees for Spanish Fort Police Department, Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, the State Troopers, and U.S. Marshals, in addition to the arrestees Daphne Police Department brings in. Felony arrestees are transported to Baldwin County Corrections within 24 hours. All recruit corrections officers must attend an extensive Field Training Officer (FTO Program) for 9 weeks.
Inmate visitation is conducted on Sundays from 1 pm until 3 pm.
Visitors MUST arrive and sign in no later than 2:15 pm, and may not enter the facility with any items other than vehicle keys. No phones are allowed in the correctional facility and visitors are subject to search. No property may be left for inmates during visitation hours.
Property Drop-off for Inmates
Personal items will only be accepted on Wednesdays from 1 pm until 3 pm. Property must be presented to a Correction Officer in person and may not be left unattended at the door.
- White T-shirts
- White underwear
- White socks
- Loose writing paper
- 3 Paperback books
- 3 Pictures/photos
- Cash - $1 bills or U.S. coins with a $15 maximum, per drop-off
- Prescribed Medications; NO OTC
There are no exceptions to this list. All objects and containers will be examined by staff.
The Warrants Unit handles the filing and execution of arrest warrants issued by Daphne's municipal court, which are administered by Warrant Officer Sanders. The Warrants position was created in 1996 and has been a tremendous asset to the department. If you need assistance with warrants, please contact our dispatch office.
Communications presently has ten (10) communication officers and is supervised by Chief Communications Officer Christina Brazell. All recruit communication officers must attend the FTO Program for 9 weeks as well.
Animal Control / Animal Shelter: 251-620-2800
The City of Daphne Dr. Albert Corte, Jr. Animal Shelter takes in about 800 to 1000 animals every year. Most have either strayed from their homes or been abandoned. About a third are adopted, rescued or reclaimed. Adopting an animal from the shelter can literally save its life, and our adoptions are relatively inexpensive. You may visit and adopt an animal during kennel hours or at special events.
For more information on the Daphne Animal Control / Animal Shelter, follow this link.