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Alabama department of Public Safety

The Alabama department of public safety was initially started as the Alabama Highway Patrol but then renamed into Alabama department of public safety there by including 4 divisions namely
  • Highway Patrol
  • Driver License
  • Accident Prevention Bureau
  • Mechanical and Equipment

Mission Statement of Alabama department of Public Safety

To protect and serve Alabama's residents equally and impartially thereby enforcing state laws and upholding the constitutions of the United States and State of Alabama.

Divisions in Highway Patrol

Driving under the influence (DUI) Convictions - Violation Penalties

First Conviction:
  • Imprisonment - Up to 1 year in municipal or county jail (no minimum mandatory sentence)
  • Fine - $500 - $2,000, plus an additional $100 fine assessed for Impaired Drivers Trust Fund.
  • Mandatory - 90-day license suspension, DUI school attendance.
Second Conviction:
  • Imprisonment - 48 consecutive hours, up to 1 year, or not less than 20 days community service
  • Fine - $1,000 - $5,000, plus an additional $100 fine assessed for Impaired Drivers Trust Fund (§32-5A-191.1)
  • Mandatory - Not less than 48 hours consecutive imprisonment, or community service of not less than 20 days
  • DL Revocation - 1 year
Third Conviction Within 5 Years:
  • Imprisonment - 60 days in municipal or county jail, up to 1 year
  • Mandatory - 60-day imprisonment which cannot be probated or suspended
  • Fine - $2,000 - $10,000, plus an additional $100 fine assessed for Impaired Drivers Trust Fund (§32-5A-191.1)
  • DL Revocation - 3 years
Fourth or Subsequent Conviction Within 5 Years - Class C Felony:
  • Imprisonment - 1-10 years
  • Fine - $4,000 - $10,000
  • DL Revocation - 5 years

Construction Zone Traffic Enforcement

ALDOT and the Alabama Department of Public Safety participated in a traffic safety program called the Construction Zone Traffic Control Program.
  • Under this program, ALDOT determines the need for traffic enforcement and speed control in selected major construction work zone areas.
  • Polices forces are allocated by the Department of Public Safety to monitor traffic at the specified construction sites.
  • Allocated Patrols are also responsible for assisting motorists and providing necessary services.
The construction and maintenance programs are designed mainly to improve the interstate and highway systems in Alabama which require ALDOT employees as well as private contractor personnel, to work in areas of close proximity to moving vehicles.