Autauga County Sheriff's Office
Welcome to Autauga County! Located in Central Alabama, Autauga County is one of the fastest growing counties in the state. The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office is the primary law enforcement agency for the unincorporated area of Autauga County, including the Towns of Autaugaville and Billingsley along with other populated communities: Pine Level, Marbury, Booth, White City, Jones, Evergreen, Kingston, Pentecost, Mulberry and Independence. Law Enforcement and answering 911 calls is a huge part of what deputies in Autauga County are tasked with, however there are many other duties. In addition to answering about 9,200 calls for service annually, Deputy Sheriffs are also responsible for keeping the courts safe, handling mental orders and prisoner transports, serving all civil process for the court system and many other details which allow the county to function safely and smoothly.
Autauga County was created by an Act of the Alabama Territorial Legislature on November 21, 1818; almost one year before Alabama became a state. The word “Autauga” comes from the Autauga (aka, Tanwasa) Indian village Atagi (meaning “pure water”), located on the Alabama River at the mouth of Autauga Creek.
Autauga County covers an area of 604 square miles, of which 594 square miles of land and 10 square miles of water. The Alabama River composes the southern border of the county. Autauga County is bounded to the north by Chilton County, east by Elmore County and Montgomery County, south by Lowndes County, and west by Dallas County. Even though the Census estimates the 2019 population of Autauga County at 55,869, Autauga County is a majority rural county, with 85% of the land used for timber and farming.
Please use this site to be kept informed about the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office, its services, and operations that may be helpful to you.