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Mendenhall, Mississippi Information

The Town of Mendenhall, Mississippi has a population of 2,504. The mayor as of 2018 is Todd Booth. His phone number is 601-847-1212. The town can be found in Simpson County.

Todd Booth
172 West Maud Avenue,
P.O. 487
Mendenhall, MS 39114
Phone: 601-847-1212

There has been 18 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 149 to 1.

Mendenhall, Mississippi Police Station Information

Facts about crime in Mendenhall, Mississippi:

  • The overall crime rate in Mendenhall is 49% lower than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 3.83 daily crimes that occur in Mendenhall.
  • Mendenhall is safer than 72% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Mendenhall you have a 1 in 72 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Mendenhall has increased by 2%.

Mendenhall Police Department Address:

Alexander “Candy” McCullum, Chief of Police
167 W Maud Ave
Mendenhall, Mississippi 39114
Phone: 601-847-2641

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Contact Information
Country: USA
Address 1: 172 Maud Ave
City: Mendenhall
State: Mississippi
County: Simpson County
Phone #: 601-847-2641
Fax #: 601-847-6628
Additional Information
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2600
Number of Officers: 18

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

“Donald O‘Cain, Sheriff
100 Court Avenue,
Mendenhall, MS 39114
Admin: 601-847-2155
Dispatch: 601-847-2921
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.”
The sheriff shall be the executive officer of the circuit and chancery court of his county, and he shall attend all the sessions thereof with a sufficient number of deputies or bailiffs. He shall execute all orders and decrees of said courts directed to him to be executed. He shall take into his custody, and safely keep, in the jail of his county, all persons committed by order of either of said courts, or by any process issuing there from, or lawfully required to be held for appearance before either of them.

The sheriff shall have charge of the courthouse and jail of his county, of the premises belonging thereto, and of the prisoners inside jail. He shall preserve the said premises and prisoners from mob violence, from any injuries or attacks by mobs or otherwise, and from trespasses and intruders.

The sheriff shall be the jailer of his county and, in the performance of his duties as jailer, he shall employ a jailer or jailers to have charge of the prisoners in the jail.

Every sheriff, by himself or his deputy, shall from time to time execute all notices, writs, and other process, both from courts of law and chancery, and all orders and decrees to him legally issued and directed within his county, and he shall make due returns thereof to the proper court.

The sheriff shall be the custodian of the books other than record books belonging to the county, and he shall keep the Mississippi Department Reports, census reports, statutes of the state, the “Mississippi Reports,” digests, and legislative journals assigned to his county in a suitable and safe bookcase in the courtroom of the courthouse.

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