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Shannon, Mississippi Information
The Town of Shannon, Mississippi has a population of 1,753. The mayor as of 2018 is Ronnie Hallmark. His phone number is (662) 767-9747. The town can be found in Lee County.
1426 North Street,
Shannon, MS 38868
Phone: (662) 767-9747
Fax: (662) 767-3206
There has been 10 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 174 to 1.
Shannon, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Shannon, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Shannon is 51% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.71 daily crimes that occur in Shannon.
- Shannon is safer than 73% of the cities in the United States.
- In Shannon you have a 1 in 74 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Shannon has decreased by 2%.
Their mission at the Shannon Police Department is to serve the citizens of the Town of Shannon in a professional manner, to protect the rights of all persons within its jurisdiction to be free from criminal attack, to secure in their possessions, to live their lives in peace, and to enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory and judicial limitations of police authority as well as the constitutional rights of all persons.
The Shannon Police employs four full time, eight part-time, and two reserve officers. It is equipped with four patrol cars. The Police department prides itself in have a SPMFC program standing for safety preventative measures for children. With this program, children are fingerprinted and a picture ID is taken. There is also a program where children can register their bicycle serial number in case of theft.
Also, the police department would like your help in replenishing their supply of new teddy bears and blankets. These items are given to babies and children who are in a car wreck or children who are taken out of a home that have been abused, neglected, or maybe just scared. Take your gift to the police department; if nobody is there then please take it to town hall.
Shannon Police Department Address:
Desiree Kershner, Chief of Police
112 Broad Street
Shannon, MS 38868
Phone: (662) 767-8369
Juvenile Detention Center
The mission of the Lee County-Tupelo Juvenile Center is to provide leadership for change for youth, family units, and communities. Accountability is a vital component and each juvenile will be provided with legitimate, alternative pathways to adulthood with equal access. Public safety is a principal concern in all their practices and policies as well as the safety and welfare of each juvenile in their care. They will operate with professionalism, competence, and integrity and will treat all people in a fair, consistent, and honest manner in the performance of our duties.
Adult Jail Information
When a person is booked in and is going to have to stay in our facility, he/she can have the following items one time only:
- 3 pairs of new white socks
- 3 pairs of new white underwear
- 3 new white sports bra (NO underwire or hooks)
- 1 package loose leaf notebook paper
- 1 box of (40 or less) envelopes
These items must be brought to the jail Monday – Friday 8am – 4:30pm to be inventoried by the information officers. If these items are not brought during the above hours, they will not be inventoried and given to the inmate. These rules ensure that the inmate receives their property.
Shannon, Mississippi Jail:
Address 1: 122 Broad St
Zip Code: 38868-8312
County: Lee County
Phone #: 662-767-8369
Fax #: 662-767-8361
Type: Police Departments
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Shannon, Mississippi
Jim H. Johnson, Sheriff
510 N. Commerce St.
Tupelo, MS 38804
Main Number: 662-841-9040
Sheriff Jim Johnson: “My mission for the Lee County Sheriff’s Department exists within the office itself. We will provide fair, honest, impartial and professional public services to all citizens of Lee County, Mississippi. We will accomplish this by striving to do our best to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the laws of the State of Mississippi. I believe that our primary obligation is to the citizens who, by their will, allow us to serve and protect.”
The following are some of the divisions present in the Lee County Sheriff’s Office:
Criminal Investigative Division
This division is responsible for all felony crimes. These Investigators all have specialized training so that they can assist the members of the community when a crime has occurred. The division is comprised of investigators who work all the felony cases such as homicides, home invasions, kidnapping, grand larceny, bomb threats, felony child abuse, rapes/sexual assaults, fires, cyber crimes and any others that come into their office.
The Narcotics Division is comprised of 5 counties throughout North Mississippi. Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, DEA and National Guard are support groups of this Unit. This unit is responsible for all Narcotics arrests in Lee County, including all municipalities. This unit is comprised of 26 agents with military support, full-time attorneys and a lab to combat the drug problem in Lee County.
Youth Services Division
The Youth Services Division of the Lee County Sheriff’s Department reaches out to the Youth of the community in the hope to offer guidance to help influence the decisions they make in life. This division is comprised of five officers and houses all our School Resource Officers, DARE, school programs, Interns, Job Shadows, and other youth events/functions within the community.
Animal Control Division
The animal control position for the Lee County Sheriff Department is a sworn position held by a deputy who is a full-time certified law enforcement officer. The deputy answers complaints from citizens who want to file a report regarding animal-related crimes.
This division enforces the laws of the county and state. Items that are investigated are: animal bites; dangerous dogs; neglected, abused, diseased, and injured dogs. Horse complaints are also common. If horses (or other animals) are confined without proper food and water, that is a violation of state law which is punishable by fines and/or incarceration.