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Allen TreadawayREPRepublican State Representative, District 51
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17
Years of Experience
ALResidence (state)

Benjamin Allen Treadaway (born September 25, 1961) is an American Republican politician. He is a member of the Alabama House of Representatives from the 51st District, being first elected in 2006.Treadaway served for 31 years with the Birmingham Police Department, finishing his career as the assistant chief as appointed by Mayor Randall Woodfin. Treadaway retired in September 2020.

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Education3 - 3 of 1
Birmingham Police Academy
Attended
1989
Past Positions1 - 2 of 2
Representative
Alabama State House of Representatives
2006 - Current
Assistant Police Chief
Birmingham Police Department
1989 - 2020
Other Experience1 - 5 of 5
Board Member
Birmingham Police and Fire Pension Board
2000 - 2004
Board Member
Birmingham Retirement and Relief System
2000 - Current
President
Birmingham Fraternal Order of Police
2000
Former Director
Toys for Tots
Member
Enon Baptist Church, present