Fyffe is a small town but has highly trained Police personnel on duty to help keep law and order in our great town.
- Dale Manning – Police Chief - Badge # 501 Read More
Chief Manning was born in Fort Payne, Al, raised in Henagar, Al and attended Pisgah High School where he graduated from in 2002. While in high school he was active in football, baseball, golf, track and basketball. After high school, he went on to attend Northeast Alabama Community College where he majored in wildlife management. Chief Manning was hired by Scottsboro Police Department in June 2004, and attended the Police Academy at Jacksonville State where he graduated in December 2004. He worked as a patrol officer for three years, until he was promoted to K-9 handler in 2007. For the next five years he worked as K-9 handler, Public Housing Officer, and in Community Policing. After leaving Scottsboro Police Department in July of 2012 he worked at Gurley Police Department and the Bridgeport Police Department. He was hired to work for Fyffe in October of 2012 and appointed as Chief of Police on January 29, 2013.
- Marshall M. "Neil" Anderson – Officer Badge # 504 Read More
Officer Anderson grew up in Rome, Georgia and graduated from Rome High School in 1993. Officer Anderson was employed by the Town of Fyffe in September 2004 and attended the Police Academy at Jacksonville State where he graduated in December 2004. After leaving Fyffe Police Department in August 2009, he went to work in Madison County. Officer Anderson came back to Fyffe full time on October 1, 2012.
- Neal Sparks – Officer Badge # 503 Read More
Officer Sparks grew up in Fyffe and attended Fyffe High School finishing in 1992. After high school, Sparks went on to work for twelve years with Sara Lee Bakery in Fort Payne. After the bakery closed, he began his law enforcement career in 2007 with Collinsville Police Department and attended the Police Academy at Jacksonville State. Officer Sparks joined Fyffe Police Department on October 17, 2012.
- Jody Yancey – Officer Badge # 505 Read More
Officer Yancey grew up in Fyffe and attended Fyffe High School where he graduated in 1993. Officer Yancey began his law enforcement career in February of 2010 with Scottsboro Police Department and attended the Police Academy at Jacksonville State where he graduated in July 2010. Officer Yancey began assisting Fyffe in part-time help in September of 2012. He joined Fyffe Police Department full-time in February 2013.
- Scott Green - Officer Badge # 511 Read More
full-time at Geraldine Police Department and Assistant Police Chief for Geraldine Police Department
- Todd Bowen – Officer Badge # 510 Read More
full-time at Geraldine Police Department
- Lee Harrison - Officer Badge # 507