Alabama Department of Corrections
301 S. Ripley Street
P.O. Box 301501
Montgomery, AL 36130-1501
All requests for information about the Department of Corrections, including questions concerning individual inmates, should be directed to Constituent Services.
If you are the victim of a crime and you have questions regarding the services offered by ADOC please contact Victim Services.
Questions about this website can be sent to the Webmaster.
The Alabama Department of Corrections Public Information Office is the primary point of contact for media related inquires regarding the Department. Please refer to Administrative Regulation 005 to access our official media policy.
The ADOC Public Information Office is responsible for keeping the media, and thus the public apprised of significant events that happen within the Department, while ensuring accurate dissemination of information and appropriate access without disruption of security or operations routines. Furthermore, it is the philosophy of the ADOC Public Information Office to be as candid as possible with the news media to ensure accurate dissemination of information consistent with the security and privacy interests of the Department, its staff, and the inmates confined in ADOC, all in an effort to better educate the public on the workings of the Alabama prison system.
Please make media request in writing to the Public Information Manager.
Public Records Requests
All requests for inspection and/or copy of public records must be made in writing and submitted on a Public Records Request Form and may be emailed to email@example.com; mailed to ADOC, Attn: Research & Planning Division, P.O. Box 301501, Montgomery, Alabama 36130-1501; or hand delivered to, ADOC Central Office, Attn: Research & Planning Division, 301 S. Ripley Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104. The Requestor should read and follow the Instructions for Requesting Inspection or Copy of Public Records, which is included with the Public Records Request Form, before submitting any request. All applicable fees and costs of document production apply. Public Records Requests by telephone or fax will not be accepted. If you have any questions regarding requests for public records, you may contact ADOC at the email address above.
Policy on Inmates Using Social Networking
ADOC Inmates are not allowed to have social networking sites while incarcerated in the ADOC. These sites are a security violation and will be shut down. If you suspect or know of an inmate who is in violation of this policy, please report the suspicious activity or website to I & I by sending us an email or by submitting the Investigation Request form. I & I will notify the appropriate social networking site(s) and request that the inmate's page(s) be deleted.
334-353-3883 (Central Office Switchboard)
Jefferson S. Dunn
-Paula Argo (Executive Assistant)
Chief of Staff
Operations, Grantt Culliver
-Latonya Burton (Admin Assistant)
Plans and Programs, Steve Watson
-Erica Stire (Administrative Assistant) (Admin Assistant)
Health Services, Ruth Naglich
-Rosie Brisbon (Admin Assistant)
Governmental Relations and Community Corrections, Jeffery Williams
-Lesley Whitacre (Admin Assistant)
Maintenance and Construction, Greg Lovelace
-Susan Bohannon (Admin Assistant)
Women's Services, Wendy D. Williams
-Erica Stire (Admin Assistant)
Training and Development, Matthew C. Brand
-Erica Stire (Admin Assistant)
Institutional Coordinator (Southern Region)
Institutional Coordinator (Northern Region)
Director for Investigations and Intelligence Divis
Dr. David Tytell
Public Information Manager