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David Workman arrested for AC Thefts

Workman arrested for AC Thefts

Two Charged with Brundidge Murder

https://www.troymessenger.com/2021/04/27/2-charged-with-brundidge-murder/

Eagles Nest Robber Behind Bars

Suspect arrested in Eagles Nest robbery.

Captain Bob Williamson Retires from Sheriff's Office

Captain Bob Williamson Retires

Reminder We have Online Pistol Permit Application

Due to the rising number of COVID cases in our area, we wanted to remind our community you can go to our website at: http://pikecountyalsheriff.com/page.php?id=16

Original Release 4-3-2020

Sheriff Russell Thomas released today the Pike County Sheriff's Office has added an online Pistol Permit system to their website. This online system allows the community members to apply for pistol permits 24 hours a day, seven days a week (previously they were only available during Sheriff's Office business hours); do renewals online rather than having to go to the Sheriff's Office in person; and receive email reminders when their permit is up for renewal. Users who apply for a permit will receive a text or email notification when their permit is ready.

"We have moved to the on-line system to better accommodate our citizens," said Sheriff Russell Thomas. "We like the flexibility of online pistol permits, so that community members don't have to take off work to come in during the week; pistol permits purchased online will be mailed to you."

People can access the Pistol Permit system by visiting www.pikecountyalsheriff.com.

In light of the global pandemic, the online application process is helpful to the community to maintain the social distancing protocols currently in place.

Pike County Sheriff Russell Thomas also suggests that Pike County citizens sign up for alerts notifications via email and/or text through the Sheriff's Office website (www.pikecountyalsheriff.com/alerts_signup.php), to stay up to date on local changes and rules related to COVID-19.

For more information about the Pistol Permit online system, please contact the Pike County Sheriff's Office at 334-566-4347.

ORDER OF THE STATE HEALTH OFFICER SUSPENDING CERTAIN PUBLIC GATHERINGS DUE TO RISK OF INFECTION BY COVID-19 (APPLICABLE STATEWIDE) AMENDED MAY 8, 2020

Governor Ivey's Amended Safer At Home Order May 8, 2020

Governor Ivey's Emergency Stay at Home Order

Alabama Public Health Stay at Home Order

Pike County Sheriff's Office Adds Online Pistol Permit System

Pike County Sheriff's Office Adds Online Pistol Permit System to Website

Sheriff Russell Thomas released today the Pike County Sheriff's Office has added an online Pistol Permit system to their website. This online system allows the community members to apply for pistol permits 24 hours a day, seven days a week (previously they were only available during Sheriff's Office business hours); do renewals online rather than having to go to the Sheriff's Office in person; and receive email reminders when their permit is up for renewal. Users who apply for a permit will receive a text or email notification when their permit is ready.

"We have moved to the on-line system to better accommodate our citizens," said Sheriff Russell Thomas. "We like the flexibility of online pistol permits, so that community members don't have to take off work to come in during the week; pistol permits purchased online will be mailed to you."

People can access the Pistol Permit system by visiting www.pikecountyalsheriff.com.

In light of the global pandemic, the online application process is helpful to the community to maintain the social distancing protocols currently in place.

Pike County Sheriff Russell Thomas also suggests that Pike County citizens sign up for alerts notifications via email and/or text through the Sheriff's Office website (www.pikecountyalsheriff.com/alerts_signup.php), to stay up to date on local changes and rules related to COVID-19.

For more information about the Pistol Permit online system, please contact the Pike County Sheriff's Office at 334-566-4347 or visit www.pikecountyalsheriff.com.

 

IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The Pike County Sheriff's Office cares about the health of our community and staff, and we are taking the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) seriously. To help protect you and your families, we are monitoring the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure that you receive the best and most up-to-date information. Click below for the latest available information.

CDC.gov - About Coronavirus Disease 2019 What you need to know about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Stop The Spread of Germs Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 What to do if you are sick with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
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Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast

https://www.troymessenger.com/2020/02/25/law-enforcement-officers-given-appreciation-breakfast/

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