National Safety Council
Alabama Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (ATSRP)
USDOT Volpe Center
AU & AL T-2 (Auburn)
Senior Driver Issues
Young Driver Issues
Cell Phone Blocking
Ebola and Transportation
Education and Training
K - 9 Child Safety
Safe Routes to School
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Child Safety Seats
Click It or Ticket
TACT DPS Programs
General Traffic Safety
Child Safety Seats
Large Truck and CMVs
School Bus Studies
Plans & Analysis
AL Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP)
FARS and AL Fatalities
Non-Traffic Crash Stats
State Data Links
Formed in 1929, the Association of County Commissions of Alabama has worked to promote the effective county government and improved services to Alabama's residents for more than 70 years.
Designated by the FBI's Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) as Alabama's CJIS System Agency (CSA), the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC) is responsible for establishing the policy to govern and administer the management of the Information Technology security program for criminal justice agencies accessing NCIC. ACJIC also operates a Command Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to provide and assist criminal justice agencies with authorized access to its information systems.
ADECA (Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs) is the department that houses the Governor's Highway Safety Office. It is located in the Law Enforcement and Traffic Safety division of ADECA. The North Alabama Highway Safety Office (NAHSO) and thet Greater Birmingham Traffic Safety Program are two examples of the nine Community Traffic Safety Program (CTSP) regions located across the state.
Alabama Department of Revenue's Mission Statement: The Alabama Department of Revenue will efficiently and effectively administer the revenue laws in an equitable, courteous, and professional manner to fund governmental services for the citizens of Alabama.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is the primary state health agency for the state of Alabama. The purpose of the Alabama Department of Public Health is to provide caring, high quality, and professional services for the improvement and protection of the public’s health through disease prevention and the assurance of public services to resident and transient populations of the state regardless of social circumstances or the ability to pay.
The mission of the Alabama Department of Public Safety is to protect and serve Alabama's residents equally and objectively, enforce state laws and uphold the constitutions of the United States and State of Alabama. Department employees are dedicated to promoting a safe and secure environment for the public by developing and implementing programs.
ALDOT's goal is to provide a safe, efficient, environmentally sound inter-modal transportation system for all users, especially the taxpayers of Alabama. It is also to also facilitate economic and social development and prosperity through the efficient movement of people and goods and to facilitate inter-modal connections within Alabama. ALDOT must also demand excellence in transportation and be involved promoting adequate funding to promote and maintain Alabama's transportation infrastructure.
The Alabama Court Referral Program evolved from its beginnings in 1985 to its' present form. The original program was derived from the DWI Program in Phoenix, Arizona during the 1970's. There are 29 local Court Referral Programs, more than 100 certified Court Referral Officers (CROs) and more than 120 certified Level 1, Level 2, and Youth & Juvenile Instructors.