Marion, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Marion, Louisiana is town in Union Parish. The parish seat of Union Parish is Farmerville. At the 2016 estimated census the population of Marion was 754 . Marion is part of the Monroe Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town was named for Francis Marion a military leader known as the “Swamp Fox.”
Marion is one of the oldest towns in Union Parish. It was settled by pioneers from Alabama. Marion hosts the Mayhaw Festival that is held on Mother’s Day each year. Join in the fun and taste the famously delicious Mayhaw Jelly. Marin is known as the “Friendly Community.”

Marion, Louisiana
Kenneth Franklin, Mayor
572 Main St.
Marion, LA 71260
Phone: 318-292-4715

Marion Town Website
Marion Town Facebook

The crime index in Marion, LA for 2016 is 82.3 crimes per 100,000 people. Crime in Marion, LA is 27.6% higher compared to other US cities. In 2016 there were 0 murders, 0 rapes, 0 robberies, 1 assault, 2 burglaries, 7 thefts, 0 auto thefts, and 0 arsons.
There were 13 registered in Marion, LA as of September 2018. The ratio of number of residents in Marion to the number of sex offenders is 76 to 1.

Marion, Louisiana Police Department Information

There is 1 full time law enforcement employee in Marion as of 2016. Offices per 1,000 residents here is 1.33.
Marion, LA Police Department
Mark Dodd, Chief of Police
300 Joe Brown Rd.
Marion, LA 71260
Phone: 318-292-4715
markdodd@centruytel.net

Marion, Louisiana Records Requests

For records in the town of Marion including births, deaths, marriages and divorces plus property information, contact:
Town of Marion
Johnnie Baker, Town Clerk
572 Main St.
Marion, LA 71260
Phone: 318-292-4715
johnnieb@centurytel.net

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

Marion, LA Police Department
Mark Dodd, Chief of Police
300 Joe Brown Rd.
Marion, LA 71260
Phone: 318-292-4715
markdodd@centruytel.net

Marion, Louisiana Union Parish Sheriff’s Office

Union Parish Sheriff’s Office
Dusty Gates, Sheriff
100 East Bayou Street
Farmerville, Louisiana 71241
Phone: 318-368- 3124
Fax: 318-368-2728

Union Parish Sheriff Facebook

Union Parish, Louisiana Dentention Center
Richard Brazzel, Warden
PO Bo 749
707 Rodeo Circle
Farmerville, LA 71241
Phone: 318-368-9827
Fax: 318-368-7656

There are 47 full time employees at the detention center. The facility houses 380 inmates.
The mission is to ensure public safety, care, custody and control of our inmate population and offer them a chance for inmates to rehabilitate themselves.

Visitors hours are every other weekend from 7:30 am to 10: am Saturday and Sundays. You must have an approval letter, a photo ID and be prepared to be searched.

Mail can be sent to an inmate via the US postal service. Address the envelop to the inmate, use their ID # and the address of the Dentention center.

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