Alabama Association of Chiefs of Policehttp://www.aacop.com The Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police has membership of over 300 law enforcement executives from across the state. Check this site for information on their conferences, membership, training, and more.
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA)www.dps.alabama.gov/Home For information on Alabama State Troopers, State Bureau of Investigations (SBI), emergency road closures, Alabama Amber Alert program, sex offenders, missing persons, drivers license, and other topics of public safety, check the website of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
Alabama Jail Associationhttp://www.alabamajailassociation.com Mission: To advance professionalism through education, training and exchange of information, by providing technical assistance to members and others; to develop publications on various aspects of jail management and to conduct educational conferences and seminars on matters relating to jail management and systems.
To provide leadership in the development of professional standards, management practices, programs and services.
To present and advance the interests, needs, concerns, and proficiencies of the corrections profession.
To bring together all persons concerned or charged with the care, custody and control of persons awaiting court appearance, serving sentences or otherwise locally confined in the jails of the state to improve conditions of confinement or detention.
Alabama Legislaturehttp://www.legislature.state.al.us From the Alabama Legislature's site, you may browse the Code of Alabama and legislation proposed, both past and present. Click on the link above, choose Legislation, and follow the links from there.
Attorney General's Officehttp://www.ago.state.al.us Gun Reciprocity Agreements with other states are negotiated and maintained by the Attorney General's Office.
From this site you may also search for and view or print Attorney General Opinions.
Secretary of State's Officehttp://www.sos.state.al.us Copies of legislation that became law (Acts) may be found on the Secretary of State's website. Click on the link above, choose Records, then Legislative Acts. Follow the directions from that point.