EPD Arrests Student for Possession of Deadly Weapon

EPD Investigating Fake Money

CID Investigating 4wheeler Theft

EPD Investigating Burglary on Navaho Drive

Shooting Suspect Arrested

Shooting Suspect Identified

Phone Scam Alert

EPD Investigating Two Shootings

Enterprise Student Arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance

EPD Arrests City Employee for Theft

Detectives Make Theft Arrest

EPD Investigating Storage Unit Burglaries

EPD Makes Arrest in Baxter Street Shooting

Enterprise PD Investigating Shooting on Hwy 84

EPD Investigating Shooting on Baxter Street

EPD Investigating Homicide

Second Suspect Arrested for B&E of Motor Vehicle

Suspect Arrest for B&E of Motor Vehicle

EPD Detectives Make Arrest in Shooting Investigation

Scam Alert

Our Mission
The Enterprise Police Department's mission is to work together to provide the highest quality of service in a professional manner to all citizens. The EPD pledges to safeguard and respect the rights of all and dedicate ourselves to preventing and solving crimes through innovative law enforcement techniques. The department promotes an attitude of genuine concern and empathy for others.

The department also seeks to encourage crime prevention through education and active involvement with Enterprise residents.

About the City of Enterprise Police Department
The Enterprise Police Department exists as the primary law enforcement body for the City of Enterprise, Alabama. The department, which serves a population of approximately 25,000 people, is comprised of 55 Sworn Officers and 19 Civilian Employees. The department utilizes a variety of programs to ensure citizens safety to include, K-9 Officers, Bicycle Patrol, and Neighborhood Watch.

Additionally, the Enterprise Police Department participates in nontraditional Community Policing, a theory deep rooted in the EPD. The department believes in staying involved with the community, whether through participating in local events, such as the Annual Children's Festival, or working to educate school age children in the city schools about drugs and general safety.

Welcome from the Chief

T. D. Jones
Chief of Police