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Booneville, Mississippi Information
The City of Booneville, Mississippi has a population of 8,743. The mayor as of 2018 is Derrick Blythe. His phone number is (662) 728-6810. The city can be found in Prentiss County.
203 N. Main Street
Booneville, MS 38829
Phone: (662) 728-6810
The crime index of Booneville, as reported by a 2010 statistic, was 136.2. There has been 54 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 162 to 1.
Booneville, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Booneville, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Booneville is 8% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 8.15 daily crimes that occur in Booneville.
- Booneville is safer than 38% of the cities in the United States.
- In Booneville you have a 1 in 34 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Booneville has decreased by 4%.
“To inform the citizens and to establish a bond between the community and the officers of the Booneville Police Department”
Booneville Police Department Address:
203 North Main Street
Booneville, Mississippi 38829
The Prentiss County Jail is is located at 1901-B East Chambers Drive in Booneville Mississippi. It was constructed and officially opened for use in 1996. The staff at the Prentiss County Jail is supervised by Jail Administrator/Investigator Brian Taylor and Deputy Jail Administrator Pam Stevens. Both Taylor and Stevens are certified Deputy Sheriffs. The jail has the capacity to house approximately 70 inmate including county inmates, state inmates and inmates from other municipalities within Prentiss County. They also are very fortunate to have a Joint State/County Inmate Work Center that houses as many as 18 State Inmates that are low risk inmates. These inmates eligibility is determined by several factors; they must have two (2) years or less remaining on their sentence and can’t be convicted of a violent crime or sex crime. These working inmates provide free labor to Prentiss County and are used for custodial work at the Prentiss County Courthouse, work at the Agri Center, custodial work and ard maintenance at the Prentiss County Justice Center. The Jail operates it’s own kitchen utilizing Inmate labor to do the cooking. Providing meals onsite to the inmates thru the kitchen saves the county four ($4) dollars a day per inmate.
Address 1: 1901 E Chambers Dr
Zip Code: 38829-8901
County: Prentiss County
Phone #: 662-728-5611
Fax #: 662-728-4125
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 8500
Number of Officers: 24
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Booneville, Mississippi
Randy M. Tolar, Sheriff
1901-B East Chambers
Booneville, Mississippi 38829
Phone: (662) 728-6232
The investigation division of the Prentiss County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of two full time Criminal Investigators Roy Ragin and Torie Jumper and one part time Criminal Investigator Brian Taylor. These investigators are experienced in investigating a wide variety of crimes. These investigators have specialized training such as crime scene, interview and interrogation, analysis of cellular telephone records and data along with interpreting cell tower site information. They are committed to providing the most up to date handling of any crime scene investigation.
The Dispatchers responsibility is to relay communications to the patrol deputies, and operate the computer system, running license plate numbers and drivers license numbers. These dispatchers also must enter stolen property and articles that have serial numbers, increasing the likelihood of it being recovered. This is a vital link between the public and law enforcement.
The DARE Program teaches students in each one of our County Schools the dangers of drugs and about good decision making. These DARE instructors are certified to teach DARE in various grade levels. Currently Sammy Henderson teaches DARE at Thrasher, Wheeler, Hills Chapel, Marietta and Jumpertown.
The Prentiss County Sheriff’s Office realizes that the most common element of crime in general is the sale and use of illegal narcotics. To effectively combat this problem, in 2000 we were given the opportunity to join North Mississippi Narcotics Unit based out of Tupelo. This gave us the ability to hire a full time narcotics officer, whose salary is paid for through a Grant. The Narcotics Unit multiples our resources by giving us the availability of every agent that is apart of the unit from every member agency, both city and county, along with providing each agent with equipment, buy money and vehicles that we individually might not be able to provide because of budgetary restraints.
The Patrol Division of the Prentiss County Sheriff’s office is composed of (8) Eight Full Time Certified Deputies that provide 24 hour day patrol services for Prentiss County. The Patrol Division is supervised by Chief Deputy Derrick Pruitt, who has the responsibility of scheduling, payroll and other matters pertaining to the patrol officers.