Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council launches new web portal, sets meetings to hear public comment

August 7, 2020 Click to view Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council launches new web portal, sets meetings to hear public comment

The Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council continues the fact-finding stage of its protest review and has created a plan to continue to collect information from citizens once the Community Input Form closes at midnight on Friday, August 7. First, the HHCAC independent counsel’s firm has established a website at huntsvillepolicereview.com that will allow citizens to upload cell phone and other video footage from the protest events that occurred in Huntsville from May 30, 2020 to June 5, 2020. Additionally, the HPCAC will be prepared to listen to public testimony at [more]

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Person of Interest In Missing Person Case – Sharon Michelle “Hardee”

August 3, 2020 Click to view Person of Interest In Missing Person Case – Sharon Michelle “Hardee”

Huntsville Police is asking for the public’s help in locating a white male Charles Preston  DOB: 11-16-1990 a.k.a. “Shorty”. He is being sought for questioning in the disappearance of 49 year old Sharon Michelle Copeland. Copeland was originally reported as a missing person by HPD and last seen June 30th, 2020 in the area of Ivey Ave. In that report her last name was given as “Hardee”. On July 27th Investigators [more]

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Oakwood Road Death Investigation (July 8th)

August 3, 2020 Click to view Oakwood Road Death Investigation (July 8th)

Huntsville Police have arrested 26 yr. old Druvante Trenain Love for Murder in the death investigation of 41 yr old Stacy Lashay Pleasure. Love  is being booked in the jail at this time. On July 8th at approximately 9am HPD was called to the scene of a deceased male later identified as Stacy Pleasure, in an open grassy area at the 2700 block of Oakwood Rd. Major Crimes Investigators developed Love [more]

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Huntsville Police release report on community suggestions and recommendations

July 31, 2020 Click to view Huntsville Police release report on community suggestions and recommendations

The Huntsville Police Department has released its report to address 28 community suggestions and recommendations about the department’s policies, procedures and techniques. The questions came from several different organizations in the community following the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. READ:  HPD Response to Community Input “Huntsville police strive to maintain a culture of continuous improvement,” said Police Chief Mark McMurray. “We recognize this can only be accomplished through routine engagement [more]

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Police presentation on operations, training and initiatives

July 29, 2020 Click to view Police presentation on operations, training and initiatives

Huntsville Police Chief Mark McMurray and his Command staff presented an overview of police department operations, accreditations, policies, hiring and training practices and initiatives to Mayor Tommy Battle and City Council during a Council work session on July 29. View the police presentation in City Video. View the powerpoint presentation HERE.

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