As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Sheriff’s Office is actively working on plans to limit exposure of our deputies and the general public.
Effective immediately, we are going to begin handling some calls via telephone. When dispatch receives a call, they will continue to deal with the call following their normal protocols. They will CAD (notate) and dispatch the call to the appropriate unit as usual. It will be the responsibility of the deputy and the on-duty supervisor to evaluate which calls can be handled via telephone. Once a determination is made that it is a “telephone” response, the deputy will make contact with the complainant via phone and provide the appropriate information and complete the proper paperwork.
As a reminder, this is a fluid situation that will be changing daily. We will continue to re-evaluate the situation and make adjustments as needed.
Captain James Dill began his employment with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Mac Sim Butler Detention Facility on November 28, 2000. He was promoted to the position of Captain in charge of the Programs and Services Division on July 3, 2016.
In this capacity, Captain Dill ensures inmates receive adequate medical and mental health treatment; relevant educational, religious, and rehabilitation services as well as assuring nutritious meals are being served. Overseeing the facility’s maintenance, cleanliness and operation of the kitchen are also in his purview. A member of the Alabama Jail Association, Captain Dill has completed training through the Alabama Jail Training Academy (ACCA). Professionalism and integrity define the persona of Captain James Dill.