Spencer Collier, Director
P.O. Box 304115
Montgomery, AL 36130-4115
The Alabama Department of Homeland Security (AL DHS) is a state agency with the executive branch of the Alabama State government designed to develop, coordinate, and implement of a state policy to secure the State of Alabama from terrorist threat or attack. It was established by the Alabama Homeland Security Act of 2003 (Code of Alabama 1975, § 31-9A
The purpose of the Alabama Department of Homeland Security is “to work with federal, state, and local agencies, as well as the private sector, in order to develop a strategic plan to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from terrorist attacks within the State of Alabama.” It is also responsible for administering homeland security grants and coordinating all homeland security related actions within the state of Alabama.
The functions and all other activities of the Alabama Department of Homeland Security are considered functions and protected by the State of Alabama governmental immunity.
The Alabama Department of Homeland Security is divided into four areas;
- Borders, Ports and Transportation
- Science and Technology
- Information management and Budget
- Emergency Preparedness and response
To contact an individual, you may contact the general number above or use the individual contact information on the following PDF file.