Chief of Police - Tommie J. Reese
Chief Tommie J. Reese, a native of Demopolis, Alabama first began his law enforcement career with the Alabama Department of Public Safety in 1985. He later joined the Demopolis Police Department as a Patrolman in 1987. In 1991, he joined the Marengo County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy Sheriff. In 1994, he was appointed to Chief Deputy where he served until he was appointed Chief of Police for the City of Demopolis on February 5, 2009. He brings a fresh approach to crime prevention, combining community - police partnerships. Chief Reese has been able to put more officers on the streets thereby increasing the department's visibility to the community. Since being with the department he has worked hard to bridge the gap between the police department and the community by creating programs such as: The Demopolis Citizens Police Academy (CPA) and The Demopolis Police Youth Leadership Academy (DPYLA). These programs have strengthened a greater Police-Community partnership in resolving crime and community issues.
Chief Reese holds graduate certificate in Criminal Justice Education from the University of Virginia and has received specialized training in a number of classes such as Criminal Investigation, Management/Administration, Narcotic Investigation, and Financial Crime. Chief Reese is a graduate of the distinguished FBI National Academy Session 210th Quantico, VA. He is recognized as a Certified Chief of Police by the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police and as a Certified Law Enforcement Executive by the Alabama Peace Officer's Standards and Training Commission. He currently serving his second term as the President of the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police, on the Alabama Attorney General's Advisory Committee and on numerous other Boards and Commissions.
If you have any questions, concerns, or just want to send me a message, please contact Chief Tommie J. Reese by phone 334-217-0100 or by e-mail.