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Gulfport, Mississippi Information

The City of Gulfport, Mississippi has a population of 67,793. The mayor as of 2018 is Billy Hewes. His phone number is (228) 868-5700 and his email address is mayorsoffice@gulfport-ms.gov. The city can be found in Harrison County.

Billy Hewes
P.O. Box 1780
Gulfport, MS 39501
Phone: (228) 868-5700
Email: mayorsoffice@gulfport-ms.gov

The crime index of Gulfport, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 369.5. There has been 235 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 310 to 1.

Gulfport, Mississippi Police Station Information

The table offers a complete overview of all reported annual crimes in Gulfport, MS. The total number of reported crimes in Gulfport, MS is shown and for comparison purposes, each crime is also displayed based on the number of crimes per 100,000 people. The crimes are also broken down into two categories; violent crimes and property crimes. The table shows that the overall Gulfport, MS crime rate is 80% higher than the Mississippi average and is 98% higher than the national average. Looking at violent crime specifically, Gulfport, MS has a violent crime rate that is 44% higher than the Mississippi average and 7% higher than the national average. For property crime, Gulfport, MS is 84% higher than the Mississippi average and 113% higher than the national average.

Facts about crime in Gulfport, Mississippi:

  • The overall crime rate in Gulfport is 98% higher than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 14.91 daily crimes that occur in Gulfport.
  • Gulfport is safer than 20% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Gulfport you have a 1 in 19 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Gulfport has increased by 1%.

The Gulfport Police Department provides traditional police services to the citizens of Gulfport, MS. The Gulf Coast Beaches, Casino Gaming, Fishing, Golf, The University of Southern Mississippi, William Carey College and the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College are just some of the area attractions. Sitting on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, the Gulfport Police Department has 167 sworn personnel and 57 civilian staff to serve a residential population of 71,750 and a daily population of over 144,000.

They will be a resource to the community for the education, safety, and welfare of all people. They are committed to the prevention of crime and the preservation of peace. They will honor that pledge through respect for human dignity and a strong ethical code as custodians of law and order.

Gulfport Police Department Address:

Leonard Papania, Chief of Police
Robert J. Curry Public Safety Center
2220 15th Street
Gulfport, MS 39501
Emergency: 911
Non Emergency Dispatch: (228)868-5959

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.

Gulfport Police Station
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Gulfport, Mississippi Jail:

Harrison Corrections Division

Contact Information
Country: USA
Address 1: 2220 15th St
City: Gulfport
State: Mississippi
Zip Code: 39501-2025
County: Harrison County
Phone #: 228-868-5900
Fax #: 228-868-5796
Additional Information
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 70000
Number of Officers: 190

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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Gulfport, Mississippi

Troy Peterson, Sheriff
Post Office Box 1480
Gulfport, MS 39502
Phone: 228-896-0606
Email: troy.peterson@harrisoncountysheriff.com

Enforcement Division

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.

Patrol Division

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.

Narcotics Division

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.

Mounted Unit

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.

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