Demopolis Field Officers, Staff Effective at New Standalone Location

DEMOPOLIS, Ala – The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles highlights the Demopolis Field Office. In October 2021, staff from this office moved from the Marengo County Courthouse in Linden to their own standalone location in Demopolis. This new location is more functional for the duties of the officers and support staff, particularly by better enabling probationers and parolees to access Bureau services and complete required monthly office visits.

Employees from this office serve clients from Greene, Marengo and Sumter counties. Located at 1064 Bailey Drive next to the Alabama Career Center System in Demopolis, this office provides an effective centralized location for serving probationers and parolees in the area.

District 3B Manager Jeff Floyd said, “We appreciate the Bureau’s executive staff for expediting our move to this great location, which helps our officers and support staff do their jobs more effectively.” Floyd also gave special acknowledgement to the Bureau’s legal division.

The Bureau has 62 field offices, serving all Alabama counties. Field offices function as a local base of operations for Probation and Parole Officers, specialists and other support staff. Officers are required to make various contacts with probationers and parolees based on their risk level. These contacts range from a monthly office visit for lower risk individuals to weekly office, home, employment and curfew checks for higher risk individuals. In addition, officers are tasked with various types of investigations requested by the Bureau or courts, as well as assisting other law enforcement agencies when needed.

From left: Officer-in-Charge Benny Motes, District 3B Manager Jeff Floyd, Specialist Charita Dial, Administrative Support Assistant III Dana Burbage.
Demopolis Field Office exterior.
Demopolis Field Office interior.