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Opp Police Department Divisions

Patrol Division

The Patrol Division is the largest division of the Opp Police Department. The Patrol Officers respond to calls and enforce traffic laws and city ordinance inside the City Limits of Opp. The types of calls that officers answer include criminal activity, traffic accidents, directing school traffic, unlocking locked vehicles, and all types of assistance to the citizens of Opp

Patrol Division
Lieutenant Corey Boothe
Lieutenant Heather Koerner
Captain Walter Inabinet

Criminal Investigation 

The Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for the investigation of criminal offenses. It functions to provide investigation, analytical, and crime victim services to the residents of Opp that maximize high quality, efficiency, and the coordination with the criminal justice system. All efforts focus on promoting the safety of the community and its residents.

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Narcotics Investigation

The Narcotics Investigator with the Opp Police Department is assigned to the 22nd Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force and works side by side with Investigators from Covington County Sheriff’s Office and Florala Police Department. Josh focuses his investigations on illegal activities such as drug sales, possession, illegal use of drugs, and violent crimes within Covington County. He also goes throughout the community and gives public talks about the drug problem in the community. The community can work with Narcotics to help solve problems by providing information and requesting their assistance.

Agent Josh Hudson is a member of the Covington County Drug Task Force.

The Task Force can be contacted by calling 334-222-3532

Agent Josh Hudson
Girllene Wiggins


Communications handles emergency and non-emergency calls for service, dispatches police units to calls, maintains the dispatch log, is responsible for providing officers with information obtained from National Crime Information Center, monitors radio contact with officers in the field, and handles after hours and weekend utility calls. Opp Police Communication is the nerve center andlife line of the Police Department and each dispatcher plays a vital part in the overall mission of the Department. Dispatching can be very stressful at times