Hammac named new director of Compact 2020

Published 9:30 am Friday, November 2, 2018


On Nov. 1, Capt. Clay Hammac of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office assumed the role of executive director of Compact 2020. The previous executive director, Alan Miller of the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, will return to the prosecutor’s office as the chief assistant district attorney, but will maintain an active role in Compact 2020.


Hammac currently serves as the commander of the Shelby County Drug Enforcement Task Force, and will continue to oversee the operations of the Drug Enforcement Unit while also serving as the new director.

“Serving as the executive director of Compact 2020 has been one of the most rewarding assignments of my career,” Miller said. “I have had the opportunity to witness volunteers from all walks of life come together to safeguard the lives of our children by strengthening their communities. I look forward to the continued growth and improvement of the program under Captain Hammac’s leadership.”

The Compact 2020 initiative is a collaborative community drug intervention and education program designed to provide information and support to all citizens throughout Shelby County. Partners and supporting organizations include Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, Shelby County Commission, Shelby County Drug Enforcement Task Force and the cities of Alabaster, Chelsea, Hoover, Montevallo and Pelham.

“The work of our Compact 2020 partners is critically important. Alan Miller’s leadership and vision has been vital in the implementation of this initiative, and I hope to follow through with the goals and objectives he has set forth for our team,” Hammac said.