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D’Iberville, Mississippi Information
The City of D’Iberville, Mississippi has a population of 9,486. The mayor as of 2018 is Rusty Quave. His phone number is 228-392-7966 and his email address is email@example.com. The city can be found in Harrison County.
P.O. Box 6519
10383 Automall Parkway
D’Iberville, MS 39540
Work Phone: 228-392-7966
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The crime index of D’Iberville, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 360.2.
D’Iberville, Mississippi Police Station Information
The table illustrates an overview of the annual crime reported in D’Iberville, MS. These figures on reported criminal activity in D’Iberville, MS, based on a reported crime per 100,000 citizens, is shown in order to compare these rates across disparate categories. You will notice that the crimes collected here, for comparison purposes, have been separated between violent crimes and those involving or threatening property. According to the annual crime data, the crime rate in D’Iberville, MS is 156% higher than the average of the whole of the state of Mississippi, and when compared with the national average, is 182% higher than. When looking at violent crimes, D’Iberville, MS has 70% lower than violent crime rate than Mississippi average, while remaining 78% lower than the national average. In property crime, D’Iberville, MS is 180% higher than the average of Mississippi and is 224% higher than the national average.
Facts about crime in D’iberville, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in D’Iberville is 182% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 21.2 daily crimes that occur in D’Iberville.
- D’Iberville is safer than 24% of the cities in the United States.
- In D’Iberville you have a 1 in 13 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in D’Iberville has not changed.
“We shall faithfully serve all people within our community with dignity, equality, compassion, and respect. It is our fundamental goal to enhance the quality of life by providing a safe and secure community for all citizens. We shall honor the sacred public trust by adhering to the highest possible standards of performance and ethics.”
From the Chief of Police:
“The men and women of the department subscribe to core values including serving with Honor, Integrity, Dignity, Accountability, Consistency, Fairness and Compassion. It is important for us to stay connected to the community we serve. We value our opportunities to work in partnership with you and take pride in the relationships we have developed which have resulted in enhancing our community and quality of life. It is also important that you are informed about what work we do as well as how we complete our work and how you can assist us in being successful.
The D’Iberville Police Department places an emphasis on Community Oriented Policing which enhances patrol capabilities while adding personal interaction between officers and the citizens of our community. By establishing partnerships between residents, merchants, faith based groups and our department; we are sending a strong message to the criminal element which we hope will discourage criminal activity from gaining a stronghold in our community. I believe a police department can only be as good as the partnerships it creates with its community. Together through information sharing and crime fighting strategies, we share the responsibility of working toward the continued improvement of our quality of life. It is my hope you will discover ways in which you can join in partnership with us to make this community a better place to live, work and visit.
As your Chief of Police, I invite you to contact us with any comments, questions, or suggestions you might have at email@example.com. Again, thank you for your partnership, and we look forward to working together with you to maintain a safe and livable city for all to enjoy.”
D’Iberville Police Department Address:
Wayne Payne, Chief of Police
10274 3rd Avenue
D’Iberville, Mississippi 39540
The Corrections Division of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office consists of the Adult Detention Center, Work Center and County Work Farm. The Corrections Division is under the administrative supervision of the Warden. The present annual operating budget for the division is approximately 9.5 million dollars and the total number of staff assigned to the Corrections Division is 225, the majority of whom are correctional officers who work in direct contact with inmates.
Adult Detention Center 228.896.3000
The present Harrison County Adult Detention Center was completed in 1990 at a cost of $20 million dollars. The facility’s design capacity is 760 beds, but it has exceeded that figure throughout most of its history and it is the largest county jail in the State of Mississippi, actually reaching a population of some 1400 prior to Hurricane Katrina. Concerted efforts and intensive planning by Sheriff’s Office Corrections Officials have brought the average daily population down in the last two years to between 800 and 900.
The detention center houses a wide array of detainees, including felons, misdemeanor offenders, males, females, juveniles charged as adults, state prisoners, federal prisoners and persons awaiting commitment to mental health facilities. Approximately eighty percent of the inmate population consists of those who are pre-trial status.
Inmate Work Center 228.896.0890
The inmate work center, located on Lorraine Road, houses between 140 and 160 sentenced state prisoners. These inmates work at various job sites throughout the county and its municipalities, saving the county’s taxpayers several million dollars annually. The inmate work center has proven to be an extremely valuable and cost effective resource for the county, providing a labor force that is highly skilled in a variety of job classes. This program is operated with the assistance and cooperation of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, and it is an excellent example of the best kind of local and state government partnership.
D’Iberville, Mississippi Jail:
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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in D’Iberville, Mississippi
Troy Peterson, Sheriff
Post Office Box 1480
Gulfport, MS 39502
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department is a diverse organization of professional men and women. Covering nine hundred and seventy-six square miles and five municipalities, we work in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies to protect the lives and property of each citizen.
The Patrol Division consists of four teams of fully certified law enforcement officers who are responsible for patrolling all unincorporated areas of Harrison County. All patrol officers are uniformed and drive fully marked vehicles.
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division consists of eleven highly trained Investigators. Eight of these Investigators are tasked with working street level Narcotics and the three are assigned to Federal Task Forces that include DEA/HIDTA, U.S. Marshal’s Service and ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms).
Criminal Interdiction Patrol
Proactive traffic enforcement is an effective strategy used to protect the public from the devastation caused by drug abuse, street and highway traffic-related death and injury, illegal trafficking in and possession of weapons and apprehension of fugitives. Proactive traffic enforcement is used to promote and maintain an orderly and law abiding society.
K9 Patrol Division
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office utilizes K-9 Patrol dogs in several divisions within the agency. Typically Belgium Malinios, German Shepherds and Labradors are used as service canines. These highly trained canines are used in protection, Narcotics detection, search and rescue and the apprehension of a fleeing suspect. The Sheriff’s Office has one Labrador assigned to the School Resource Division trained in detection tobacco and tobacco products.
The mounted unit works in partnership with the community to provide search and rescue services in a responsible manner through innovation, leadership, and the cooperation of dedicated people.
Marine Patrol Division
The Marine Patrol Division of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to providing a safe boating environment to citizens and tourists using the waterways of Harrison County. This division is staffed with trained Deputies who provide services related to Marine law enforcement, boating safety, search and rescue and recovery. The Marine Division assists with operations conducted by the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Park Service, the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the Mississippi Department of Fish and Wildlife.