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Hampton Police Department

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Chief of Police: Perry McAlhaney (

Assistant Chief of Police: Troy Long (

2023 Hampton Police Department
Back row Left to right
Sgt. Stacy Loadholt, Lt. Chad Beard, Chief Perry McAlhaney, Capt. Randal Risher, Sgt M. Simpson, Lt. Bradford Drawdy
Front row
Ptl Antwuan Duncan, Major Troy Long, Ptl Michelle Socky, Pfc Brandy Robinson, Cpl Zach Millsap, Cpl. Tom Summerlin, Cpl, A.C. Butler
Not Pictured is Cpl. Justin Ayer.

Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
608 First Street West
Hampton, SC 29924
Phone: (803) 943-2421
Fax: (803) 943-0494

Non Emergent/Dispatch: (803) 943-9261


The Hampton Police Department is dedicated to being a leader in law enforcement for the citizens of Hampton, visitors and the surrounding agencies. We offer classes to citizens groups, schools, churches, youth groups, and other agencies. We help organize crime watch groups in any neighborhood or complex. We offer property checks to home and business owners who are out of town for a period of time and safety checks for the elderly. We offer classes on personal safety, home security, vehicle security, safety for senior citizens, identify theft, bomb threat, telephone safety, narcotic identification, and satanic crime investigation just to name a few.

We offer finger print processing, narcotic analysis, narcotic enforcement, and support personnel to other agencies through mutual aide agreements.

We are using the most advanced technology to strengthen the partnership between police and community, and to help us work together on identifying and solving crime problems in our neighborhoods. The Hampton Police Department is devoted to the community as a whole and has one goal in mind, to involve the Community and Law Enforcement to WORK TOGETHER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. You may request information on a specific topic. Simply call to set a date and time. We do ask that you allow sufficient preparation and that you advise us the age of the intended audience.

If you have any information regarding a crime you can contact us anonymously at 943-2421. 

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