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Magee, Mississippi Information
The City of Magee, Mississippi has a population of 4,408. The mayor as of 2018 is Dale Berry. The city can be found in Simpson County.
123 Main Avenue North
Magee, MS 39111
The crime index of Magee, as reported by a 2014 statistic, was 89.1. There has been 20 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 219 to 1.
Magee, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Magee, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Magee is 15% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 6.41 daily crimes that occur in Magee.
- Magee is safer than 49% of the cities in the United States.
- In Magee you have a 1 in 43 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Magee has decreased by 2%.
The City of Magee has an excellent police department with fully trained officers, a special narcotics unit, a warrant division, and an investigation division.
The Narcotics Division is responsible for investigating all complaints about drug usage, trafficking, and prescription drug abuse. The police department relies on citizen complaints on drug dealers and people that are abusing drugs.
Criminal Investigation Division
Assistant Chief Joey Womack
AC Joey Womack is a graduate of Magee High School (1987) and started his career with the Magee Police Department in 1989 as a part time dispatcher. Womack attended Hinds Community College and also worked with Hinds Community College Police Department as a part-time dispatcher. Womack also attended Copiah Lincoln Community college. Womack attended University of Southern Mississippi and graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. While attending USM, Womack also worked there as a ticket writer and part-time dispatcher. Womack completed his internship with the Magee Police Department. Womack worked with the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) out of the Brookhaven Office where he was responsible for several counties in the southwest part of Mississippi; investigating Alcohol laws and conducting undercover operations. In 1993, Womack joined the Gulfport Police Department where he worked his way through the ranks of Patrol Division, K9 Unit, Special Operations Unit (Narcotics), US Customs Blue Lighting Task Force, MS Bureau Of Narcotics Contract Agent, US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA Task Force Agent HIDTA), and Gulfport CID (Homicide Unit, Burglary Unit, Financial Crime unit, and sex crime unit). Womack then joined the MS Department of Corrections as Chief Investigator over the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility. Womack was responsible for being a supervisor over all Investigations inside the prison, day to day operations, security, and employee backgrounds. Womack returned to the Magee Police Department in 2006 from Patrol, to Sergeant of Patrol, Lieutenant over Narcotics and K9 Unit. Womack currently is over all investigations, the day to day operations while the Chief is away, and day to day operations over the Jail.
Magee Police Department Address:
Randy Crawford, Chief of Police
124 1st St NE
Magee, Mississippi 39111
Phone: (601) 849 2366
Fax: (601) 849 6468
Each Inmate is allowed 10 minutes of visitation. If multiple visitors wish to visit with an inmate they must all visit within this 10 minute period.
- All visitors must be 12 years of age or older
- Any visitors younger than 12 must be approved by the Chief of Police before the day you will be visiting
- No revealing clothing
- Bras required
- Children are not to be left unattended at any time
- All visitors in the lobby and visitation room must remain quiet at all times: the dispatcher must be able to hear emergency 911 calls and radio traffic from officers
Approved items you may bring for an inmate:
- Underclothes (socks, underwear, bras, and t-shirts (write names on these)
- Personal Hygiene products (liquid soap and shampoo must be clear bottles
- Prescription medication must be in the inmates name and in prescription bottle
If items are not on this list, do not bring them. Items are to be left at the front desk with Police personnel.
Address 1: 124 NE 1st St
Zip Code: 39111-3513
County: Simpson County
Phone #: 601-849-2366
Fax #: 601-849-6468
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 3900
Number of Officers: 13
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Magee, Mississippi
Donald O‘Cain, Sheriff
100 Court Avenue,
Mendenhall, MS 39114
Fax : 601-847-2156
The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for the County. It shall be the duty of every sheriff to keep the peace within his county, by causing all offenders in his view to enter into bonds, with sureties, for keeping the peace and for appearing at the next circuit court, and by committing such offenders in case of refusal. He shall certify and return said bonds to the court. It shall be his duty to quell riots, routs, affrays and unlawful assemblages, and to prevent lynchings and mob violence, and wherever necessary he shall call to his aid the power of the county. He shall pursue, apprehend, and commit to jail all persons charged with treason, felony, or other crimes. He may take bonds, with good and sufficient sureties, of any person whom he may arrest with or without a warrant for any felony that is bailable as a matter of law.