Contact Compact 2020
Contact the Task Force
A drug disposal box is in the lobby of the Police and Court building.
Anyone wishing to dispose of prescription or over the counter medications may do so anonymously. You do not have to see anyone or fill out any paperwork. It is as simple as bringing the medications to the lobby of the building and dropping them in the drug take-back box.
The dangers of keeping unused and outdated medications in your home continue to increase annually. The illegal use of prescription drugs is a serious problem and continues to destroy lives. Please join the
Pelham Police Department and help put a stop to the illegal use of prescription drugs in our community by turning in your unused and outdated drugs today.
Thank you for helping in the fight against prescription drug abuse.
We do not accept thermometers, needles, inhalers, aerosol cans, lotions or liquids.
The disposal box was donated by CVS Pharmacy as part of a grant.
Other Area Law Enforcement Agencies
Alabaster Police Department: 205-663-7401
Calera Police Department: 205-668-3505
Columbiana Police Department: 205-669-1511
Harpersville Police Department: 205-672-2490
Helena Police Department: 205-663-6499
Hoover Police Department: 205-444-7640
Montevallo Police Department: 205-665-1264
Shelby County Sheriff’s Office: 205-669-4181
University of Montevallo Police Department: 205-665-6155
Vincent Police Department: 205-672-2261
State and Federal Partners
ALEA General Information: 334-517-2800
ALEA Birmingham Trooper Post: Birmingham: 205-322-4691
Highway Emergencies Using Cellular Phones *HP (*47)
ALEA Driver License Offices: 334-242-4400
Drug "HELP" Line: 1-800-392-8011
State Bureau of Investigation Birmingham Field Office: 205 942-9620
FBI Birmingham Field Office: 205-326-6166
ATF Birmingham Field Office: 205-583-5920
DEA Birmingham Field Office: 205-321-1300