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Centreville, Mississippi Information
The Town of Centreville, Mississippi has a population of 1,684. The mayor as of 2018 is Larry J. Lee. His phone number is (601) 645-5218. The town can be found in Amite and Wilkinson County.
Larry J. Lee
Town of Centreville
1 Municipal Dr.
P.O. Box 578
Centreville, MS 39631
Phone: (601) 645-5218
Fax: (601) 645-5343
There has been 6 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 278 to 1.
Centreville, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Centreville, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Centreville is 46% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.04 daily crimes that occur in Centreville.
- Centreville is safer than 70% of the cities in the United States.
- In Centreville you have a 1 in 68 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Centreville has decreased by 4%.
The City of Centreville emergency services is prepared 24/7 to preserve life and minimize damage, respond to hazards or disaster events by providing the necessary assistance and emergency support functions as well as establish a recovery system that will return the community to its normal state of affairs.
Throughout the year, the City of Centreville EMS engage in community awareness and prevention programs to help the community avoid, detect, and report emergencies effectively.
The City of Centreville Police Department is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of their citizens through professionally supported and trained police officers. Officers strive to provide an environment that will allow citizens to live and work in a safe and secure community.
Centreville Police Department Address:
216 E Joseph St,
Centreville, MS 39631
Public Records Request in Centreville, Mississippi
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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Centreville, Mississippi
Tim Wroten, Sheriff
PO Box 208
Liberty MS 39645-0208
The sheriff is an elected official of the county serving a 4 year term. He is the top law enforcement officer of the county. His responsibilities include supervision of deputies, jailers and dispatchers. The sheriff is responsible for having his officers investigate complaints, patrol the county roads, serve process papers and execute warrants, maintain order in the courtrooms, investigate fires, transport inmates and mental commitments to court and/or doctor appointments, supervise inmates for litter pick up and numerous other duties. He also supervises the jailers who are responsible for supervision of inmates, trustees and mental commitments. The jailers maintain booking information, collect money for fines and bonds, oversee outdoor exercise periods, arrange for doctor’s appointments, administer medication and distribute meals to inmates, monitor jail visitors and camera security systems, and generally maintain order in the jail facility. They also conduct cell searches for drugs and other prohibited items. The jailer is also responsible for maintaining the jail facility and having all components of the building in working order. The sheriff supervises the dispatchers who are responsible for maintaining contact with officers by radio as they are on calls, running driver’s licenses and vehicle tags for officers, maintaining radio logs of daily activities, dispatching officers to crime scenes, accidents, fires and other necessary investigations. These same dispatchers are responsible for answering emergency 911 calls and transferring them to the ambulance or other jurisdictions if necessary. The jailers and the dispatchers are on duty 24/7. The sheriff is also responsible for the daily administration of the department and maintaining records of any bonds, fees or fines collected, process served and budget allocations. He maintains an annual budget for both the general department also for custody of prisoners. The sheriff of Amite County currently supervises approximately 25 employees.