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Homewood is a suburban community of approximately 8 ½ square miles and 25,000 residents. It is conveniently located in the southern section of the Greater Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan area. The people of Homewood enjoy a great quality of life with many amenities ...

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Homewood Police Information

Welcome to the HPD information page. You may use our form download to get an event permit form or information on liquor license for the City.

The Homewood Police Department is located at the intersection of 29th Avenue and 19th Street. Our mailing address is 1833 29th Avenue South, Homewood, Alabama 35209.

Our customer satisfaction survey is read by the Chief of Police. The Tip line is monitored also if you need to get tips or information to HPD, we have attempted to make it as easy as possible. You may remain anonymous if you wish through any of these channels of contact.

Thank you for your interest in the Homewood Police Department!

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How can I assist the police or other emergency response units locating my residence quickly?

Have your address displayed in a location easily observed from the street. An address displayed by the front door near or by an outside light (or reflective lettering) makes it easier for responding personnel to locate the address. Also, during an emergency, have someone stand by the street if possible to flag down the responding personnel and to provide additional information.


What do I do if a police officer turns on his lights and siren to stop me?

You should immediately pull to the edge of the roadway and place your vehicle in park. Always remain inside your vehicle unless instructed to exit your vehicle. It is very important that you place your hands in plain view of the officer; this is to ensure the safety of our officers and the citizens that we have contacted. This is a very stressful incident for both the citizen and the officer and we will do everything possible to get you back on your way.