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Important Numbers to Call for Help or with Tips

If you are a victim of a sexual crime, it's important you contact your local law enforcement agency. 

You can also call officers if you know where a convicted sex offender is and he or she is not living at the correct address.


Here are numbers to police departments, sheriff offices, and crisis centers in the Valley:

National Children's Advocacy Center:

(256) 534-5437

Crisis Services of North Alabama:

(256) 716-1000

1-800-691-8426

Madison County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 533-8866
(256) 722-7181

Huntsville Police Department:
(256) 722-7100

Limestone County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 232-0111

Athens Police Department:
(256) 233-8700

Morgan County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 351-4800

Decatur Police Department:
(256) 353-2515

Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 760-5757

Florence Police Department:
(256) 760-6500

Rogersville Police Department:
(256) 247-5446

Colbert County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 383-0741

Muscle Shoals Police Department:
(256) 383-6746

Sheffield Police Department:
(256) 383-1771

Franklin County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 332-8820

Russellville Police Department:
(256) 332-2230

Lawrence County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 974-9291

Moulton Police Department:
(256) 974-3961

Town Creek Police Department:
(256) 685-3344

Courtland Police Department:
(256) 637-2701

Cullman County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 734-0342

Cullman Police Department:
(256) 734-1434

Dekalb County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 845-3801

Ft. Payne Police Department:
(256) 845-1414

Jackson County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 574-2610

Scottsboro Police Department:
(256) 574-4468

Marshall County Sheriff's Office:
(256) 582-2034

Albertville Police Department:
(256) 878-1212

Guntersville Police Department:
(256) 571-7571

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