Autauga County Law
November 1, 2017 | View PDF
We, the professional men and women of the Autauga County Sheriff's Office, are committed to defend the Constitution of the United States and the State of Alabama. As law enforcement officers, we declare our fundamental duties to serve the community; to safeguard lives and property; and to protect the innocent, weak, and the peaceful from evil while we respect the constitutional rights of all to liberty, quality, and justice. We will fairly and diligently enforce all laws bringing to justice those who violate them. With adequate staffing, continued public relations and partnerships with surrounding law enforcement agencies, we will improve the quality of life for all citizens of Autauga County, by reducing crime and the fear of crime.
Any information related to a crime that has been committed can be reported ANONYMOUSLY to the ACSO Secret Witness Line:
PROTECTING YOUR HOME
• Lock all doors to the outside, even when home.
• Never open the front door to a stranger.
• When planning an extended absence or vacation away,
make sure your house doesn't look empty.
Make it look like it is lived in.
• Connect a light timer to lamps inside your home.
Do not leave a light on 24 hours a day.
• Stop all deliveries (mail, newspaper), or have a trusted
neighbor or friend pick items up daily.
• Do NOT advertise your absence.
No Social Media Posts until you return home!
• Ask a neighbor or friend to check your home periodically
• Notify the Sheriff's Office (334) 361-2500
and request an EXTRA PATROL for your residence.
There is no cost for this service.
• For short absences leave a TV or radio on so that
it appears someone is at home.
• Do NOT "hide" an extra key outside your home.
Burglars know to look for these; instead leave a key
with a neighbor.
• Do NOT post your last name on your mailbox or anywhere
outside your home. Burglars can obtain your home phone
number and call to verify if you are home.
• Do NOT advertise new purchases by piling empty boxes
at the curb for trash day. Break them down and place in
trash bags or haul them to your local dump or recycling center.
• Trust your instincts! If you feel uncomfortable in a
situation, get out of it immediately into a safe environment.
Be a concerned neighbor. If you see something suspicious, please
say something and contact the Autauga County Sheriff's Office
(334) 361-2500 to report the suspicious activity.
• Always stay alert and tuned into your surroundings.
• Do NOT be the head down texting distracted shopper.
This makes you an easy target.
• Never walk or jog alone and vary your route from time to time.
• ALWAYS park in an area with lighting or well lite area.
• Have your keys ready and in your hand when walking to your vehicle.
• Before you enter your vehicle check to make sure no one is
hiding inside by looking through your windows. Be AWARE!
• Hide your valuables and purchases in your truck or areas
that cannot be seen from your vehicle windows.
• ALWAYS keep doors locked and windows up, do NOT give
the thief easy access.
• If possible limit the amount of cash you carry.
Use checks, credit cards or debit cards.
• Ladies carry your purse under your arm and limit the number
of packages you carry.
• Gentlemen, if possible, carry your wallet in your front pocket
or in an inside jacket pocket.
October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Autauga County Sheriff's Office went all out in support for the cause, starting from the top down.
Sheriff Sedinger accepted the nomination to be a Real Men Wear Pink participant. To go along with this theme, he paid to have
one of the spare cars painted Pink!
It was on display at National Night Out on Oct 3, 2017, and could be seen on patrol throughout the weeks of October.
To help with the campaign, a "Pink Wall" was filling up all month with ribbons that were purchased for $1.00 donation.
The Sheriff also stopped by the Central Alabama Electric Coop Office to take a photo with their Pink hard hats.
to all the Officers and Staff that work hard to make the Autauga County Sheriff's Department the best it can be.