Madison County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Madison County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 100 Northside Square, Room 206, Huntsville, 35801 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: (256) 532-3412

Madison County Sheriff's Department is located at 100 Northside Square, Room 206, Huntsville, 35801 AL. The Madison County Sheriff's Department phone number is (256) 532-3412.

Madison County Sheriff's Department News

‪MCSO Reserve Deputies provided traffic control for the Mt Zion Baptist St Jude 5K this morning.‬

‪Sheriff Dorning and @HsvPolice Sgt Jenkins. The Sheriff and his staff had the privilege of preparing and serving lunch to all involved with the USPCA Trials today at the @RocketCenterUSA.‬

‪Sheriiff Dorning addressing this mornings budget announcement with the media. An additional 10 Deputies beginning Mar 2019, pay adjustment for Dispatchers and COLA for all. The full impact of the new budget will not be certain until later this week when we receive the itemized published budget‬.

Still waiting to understand full impact on adjustment request. Lt. Shaw

I have received messages from citizens that have been receiving text that indicates their credit/debit card has been frozen/disabled and to call 2514184858 for details. Upon calling you are prompted to enter your card number and pin. This is a scam, see link below for more information. Lt Shaw

Firearms Safety Information.

Retired Detention Officer Kevin Squires passed away last week. Join us in honoring his service to Huntsville, Madison County, his community and country.

‪Deputies have been released from this scene. Continue to use caution in the area. South bound 231 blocked at Monroe due to accident with fatality. Consider using Moores Mill or Mount Lebanon to avoid long delay as this scene is investigated and cleared. ‬

‪Recommended! #StopTheStigma ‬

Never Forget 9/11! 🙏🏼🇺🇸

Make driving the only thing you are doing when behind the controls of a vehicle. Pay attention to the road and everything o the the road and roadsides.

Oakwood University 9/11 Remembrance for First Responders today.