This bill pertains to Mobile County and sets forth new qualifications for individuals seeking election or appointment to the office of sheriff in the county, effective June 1, 2024. The bill outlines several minimum qualifications that candidates must meet, including being a U.S. citizen, a resident of the county for at least one year prior to qualifying, registered to vote in the county for at least one year, possessing a high school diploma or GED equivalent, being 25 years of age or older, having at least three years of prior service as a sworn law enforcement officer with the power of arrest, and having no felony criminal convictions in any jurisdiction.

Additionally, the bill mandates that upon election or appointment, the sheriff must complete a minimum of 12 hours of executive level continuing education annually. This education must be approved by the Alabama Sheriffs Association, the National Sheriffs' Association, or any other recognized executive level continuing education program designed for law enforcement. The act is specific to Mobile County and will come into effect on June 1, 2024. There are no insertions or deletions indicated in the provided text, suggesting that these are new provisions being introduced rather than modifications to existing law.