Randy Hughes

Police Chief

Randy Hughes


The Trinity Police Station is now located at 21 Lile Street.  The move has allowed more room and better facilities for our growing department.  Senator Orr has been a huge help getting grant money to help fund the project. Council Member Scott Owens worked diligently on this project along with town employees and volunteers like Barrey Owens. Officers now have an interview room, their own desks, and a private office area.

For emergencies, please dial 911. 

To speak to the officer on duty dial (256) 355-1326. 

To speak to a specific officer dial (256) 353-2474, press 7, and select from the menu options.

The Mission of The Town of Trinity Police Department is to provide a professional community-oriented police service. We are committed to producing and upholding an effective community partnership and assisting citizens in recognizing and solving problems to improve the quality of lives in our community. We are dedicated to protecting life, property, and maintaining order while assuring fair and equal treatment to everyone.



Patrol - Considered by many to be the backbone of the organization, the Patrol Division is the largest and most visible unit of the Town of Trinity Police Department. Patrol Officers are on duty twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, and are the first to arrive at the scenes of accidents, crimes, or disasters.

Request for Additional Patrol Form

FORM Police Officer Application 2021

FORM Information Request

Support Service Division

  • Administration
  • Training and Development
  • Criminal Investigation
  • Special Response Team



For emergencies, please dial 911.

Officer on Duty: (256) 355-1326.

To speak to a specific officer dial (256) 353-2474, press 7, and select from the menu options.