Mansfield, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Mansfield is a city in the parish of DeSoto Louisiana. Mansfield is the parish set. The population at the 2016 estimated census was 4,913. Mansfield is part of the Shreveport-Bossier City Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population is 77 percent African American.
The Battle of Mansfield, a Confederate victory under General Richard Taylor was fought here in April of 1864. The battle turned 42,000 union troops away from their conquest of the Louisiana Confederate Capital, Shreveport and sent them in retreat to New Orleans. You can see the commemoration at the Mansfield State History Site four miles south of Mansfield.

City of Mansfield, Louisiana
John H. Mayweather, Sr., Mayor
PO Box 773
705 Polk Street
Mansfield, Louisiana 71052
Phone: 318-872-0406
Fax: 318-872-0402

Mansfield City Website
Mansfield City Facebook

The crimes index in Mansfield, LA is 481.1 crimes per 100,000 people. Mansfield is 93% higher in crime compared to other US cities. In 2016 there was 1 murder, 0 rapes, 1 robbery, 53 assaults, 79 burglaries, 117 thefts, 8 auto thefts, 0 arsons.

There are 42 registered sex offenders living in Mansfield, LA as of September 2018. The ratio of resident in Mansfield to the number of sex offenders is 119 to 1.

City of Mansfield Louisiana Police Department Information

The police department consists of 22 sworn officers and 16 patrol units. The PD is dedicated to serving the community by protecting life and property, preventing crimes, enforcing laws, and maintaining order for all citizens, in accordance with the constitution and laws of the City and state.
Departments in the PD of Mansfield include investigations, field patrol, code enforcement, and emergency preparedness.

Mansfield, LA PD
Gary Hobbs, Chief of Police
700 Franklin Street
Mansfield, Louisiana 71052
Phone: 318-872-0520

Mansfield, LA Website

Mansfield Police Dept

Mansfield, Louisiana Records Requests

For city records concerning birth and deaths, marriages and divorces, property information or any other city records, contact:
City of Mansfield, Louisiana
Marvin Jackson, City Clerk
PO Box 773
705 Polk Street
Mansfield, Louisiana 71052
Phone: 318-872-0406
Fax: 318-872-0402

For police records concerning traffic citations, warrants and arrests, contact:

Mansfield, LA PD
Gary Hobbs, Chief of Police
700 Franklin Street
Mansfield, Louisiana 71052
Phone: 318-872-0520

Mansfield, Louisiana DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office

Our Mission together with the communities of DeSoto Parish is to make our parish a place where all can live, work and visit safely without fear.

There are 30 deputies in the patrol division, and 15 employees in the administration division.

DeSoto Parish SO
Jayson Richardson, Sheriff
205 Franklin St.
Mansfield, Louisiana 71052
Phone: 318-872-3956
corrections@dpso.org

DeSoto Parish Sheriff
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DeSoto Corrections Center
Randy Clark, Warden
205 Franklin St.
Mansfield, LA 71052
Phone: 318-872-3956

There are 25 employees in the corrections division of the Sheriff’s Office in DeSoto Parish, LA.

Visitors to the facility must be on an approved list. For a schedule of visit, contact the Sheriff’s Office at 318-872-3956.
Mail can be sent to an inmate via the US Postal Service. Make sure the envelope is addressed to the inmate at the DeSoto Corrections Center.

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