Cleburne County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Cleburne County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 140 Lambert Drive, Heflin, 36264 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: (256)463-2277

Cleburne County Sheriff's Office is located at 140 Lambert Drive, Heflin, 36264 AL. The Cleburne County Sheriff's Office phone number is (256)463-2277.

Cleburne County Sheriff's Office News

*****UPDATE - SUBJECT HAS BEEN CAPTURED***** We want to extend a special thanks to Piedmont PD, Calhoun County SO, and Alabama State Troopers for their assistance. Inmate Benjamin Daniel Howell walked off from his work release detail this morning in Heflin, AL at approximately 8:30am. He may possibly be driving a 2002 Black Chevy Silverado with an airgate net on the back along with a dealer tag. Also has a Prichard's driveout tag on the front. Please report any contact with this individual to dispatch at 256-463-8911 or the Cleburne County Sheriff's Office at 256-463-2277.

We have been Blessed this week to have been honored by many fine individuals for Law Enforcement Appreciation week! All the food, visits, and calls have been very much appreciated. I want to take a moment and tell my Deputies and their families Thank You for the Service and Sacrifice you make to be a Cleburne County Deputy! We have a great group of hard working deputies and I appreciate each of you and the job you do. Not only do I see you getting the bad guys off the streets, I see you helping many people across this County in many special ways. Thank you for that! I also want to extend my great appreciation to Ranburne Police Department, Heflin Police Department, Alabama State Trooper's, and each Law Enforcement Agency across the Nation for all of their hard work, my family and I appreciate you all very much! Always keep our First Responder Families in your prayers, we are very blessed in Cleburne County with dedicated First Responders willing to help you, anytime, any day! Hope you all have a great weekend! Dennis Green, Sheriff Cleburne County

Mr Gibbs has been located and is with his family. We want to thank you for all the support and shares. The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Ranburne Police Department, ALEA Aviation, Carroll County Sheriif’s Office, Bowdon Police Department, Ranburne Fire Department, Macedonia Fire Department, Cleburne Search and Rescue, Cleburne EMS, Cleburne Dispatch, as well as friends, family, neighbors and volunteers!!!

A PDS (Particularly Dangerous Situation) TORNADO WATCH has been issued until 11PM for the counties in red. PLEASE have a plan to shelter when warnings are issued! Please monitor the National Weather Service or other local weather source for updates and potential warnings throughout the evening.

Latest update on road conditions.

Road conditions are worsening throughout the county. CLOSINGS All City of Heflin roads will be closing from 9PM to 9AM Roads are beginning to ice over especially on bridges and overpasses The City of Heflin will update their status on their FB page as warranted.

Please prepare now for possible travel impacts tomorrow.

UPDATE: Cleburne County Schools have been delayed 3 hours tomorrow morning. Winter Weather Advisory has been expanded to include Clay & Randolph Co. also. In effect from Midnight tonight thru 9AM Monday. Minor ice accumulations possible.

Everyone please be careful today if you have to be out on the roads.

Hey kids and parents!.........Come by the Sheriff’s Office Tuesday evening from 5:00 until 7:00 for some special treats we will have for you in the front lobby!

We have been getting calls today from residents who have received phone calls stating they will have a warrant issued and arrested by a certain time if they do not call a certain number and pay a fine or court cost. Please be advised that this is a SCAM! The Cleburne County Sheriff's Office and the Cleburne County Circuit Clerk's office will never call you and ask you to pay a fine or court cost over the telephone. The calls today have been mainly elderly citizens who actually thought someone was on the way to arrest them. If you have friends or relatives who may not see this message please tell them to never send money over the phone in reference to a ticket or fine.

SITUATION OVERVIEW from National Weather Service —————— Irma is expected to have noticable impacts across most of the eastern half of Central Alabama along and generally east of Jacksonville to Sylacauga to Montgomery to Troy line. Scattered tree and power line damage along with some structure damage with power outages are possible. Winds of at least 35 MPH may begin as early as the pre dawn hours Monday in the southeast counties, but the worst conditions will be during the day and evening on Monday as winds spread northward across more of the area with wind gusts well above tropical storm force possible. Such winds could bring down large tree limbs, trees, and power lines, leading to power outages and possibly impassable roads. The strongest winds are likely to be east of a Mount Cheaha to Alexander City to Troy line. Conditions will gradually improve on Tuesday as Irma continues to weaken and move to the north. POTENTIAL IMPACTS —————– * WIND: Prepare for dangerous wind having possible significant impacts mainly east of a Mount Cheaha to Alexander City to Troy line. Potential impacts in this area include: – Some damage to roofing and siding materials, along with damage to porches, awnings, carports, and sheds. A few buildings experiencing window, door, and garage door failures. Mobile homes damaged, especially if unanchored. Unsecured lightweight objects become dangerous projectiles. – Several large trees snapped or uprooted, but with greater numbers in places where trees are shallow rooted. Several fences and roadway signs blown over. – Some roads impassable from large debris, and more within urban or heavily wooded places. A few bridges, causeways, and access routes impassable. – Scattered power and communications outages, but more prevalent in areas with above ground lines.

Be prepared for deteriorating weather conditions Monday and Tuesday.

Let's keep our kids safe!

Edit: The NWS has upgraded this warning to a Tornado Warning. Severe Thunderstorm Warning for northern Cleburne Co until 7:30 pm.

Cleburne County is under a tornado warning until 5 PM.

Cleburne Co is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 5:15 pm.

New Tornado Watch for Cleburne County until 9:00 pm tonight.