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Vardaman, Mississippi Information
The Town of Vardaman, Mississippi has a population of 1,316. The mayor as of 2018 is James Casey. His phone number is (662) 682-7561. The town can be found in Calhoun County.
P.O. Box 194
206 N. Main St.
Vardaman, MS 38878
Phone: (662) 682-7561
There has been 9 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 147 to 1.
Vardaman, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Vardaman, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Vardaman is 45% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.16 daily crimes that occur in Vardaman.
- Vardaman is safer than 69% of the cities in the United States.
- In Vardaman you have a 1 in 66 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Vardaman has increased by 1%.
Vardaman Police Department Address:
Kenneth Scott, Chief of Police
Town of Vardaman
Post Office Box 194
206 North Main Street
Vardaman, MS 38878
Phone: (662) 983-0924
“Their primary duty is to serve their community by providing a safe, secure facility where people are treated with dignity and respect and learn to be accountable for their actions.
The county jail houses those charged and awaiting trial, those arrested on warrants, those serving sentences at the county jail, those placed on holds by Parole and Probation, those sentenced to and awaiting beds in the state prison system or Community Corrections, those sentenced by municipal courts in their county as well as others placed here on holds for other agencies.
The Jail can house subjects accused of all levels of charges. They are responsible for securely holding all of these individuals as well as providing a safe environment. Pretrial confinement is not for punishment purposes. It is merely to assure that the arrestee appears in court. Sentenced inmates, on the other hand, are here as punishment for their offense. It is the responsibility of the deputies and civilian staff to make productive use of the inmates time, but not to inflict further punishment upon them.”
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Vardaman, Mississippi
Greg Pollan, Sheriff
178 South Murphree Street
Pittsboro, Mississippi 38951
Calhoun County was formed in 1852 and was named after John C. Calhoun Vice President of the United States from 1825 – 1832. Located in the north part of the state, Calhoun County is a rural county with a population of 14,962 people according to the 2010 Census. Cities in Calhoun County include Bruce, Big Creek, Calhoun City, Derma, Pittsboro (county seat), Slate Springs and Vardaman. They have nine volunteer fire departments, five city police departments, and one hospital. Calhoun County State Wildlife Management Area which is 9,130 acres is located between Pittsboro and Big Creek. Vardaman is known as the Sweet Potato Capital of the World. They are surrounded by the counties of Pontotoc, Lafayette, Yalabusha, Grenada, Webster, and Chickasaw.
If you are moving from one residence to another or are just moving into our county for the first time, the first thing you should do is register at the 911 office. Your 911 address will be needed for Water, Power, Mail, Cable, Internet, Sewage, Garbage, School etc. The process is fairly simple and mostly takes about 5 minutes or less once you arrive unless it is a new structure.
After taking office in January of 2012, they immediately started plans to add a K-9 unit to the force. With the more than generous help of the people of Calhoun County, they were able to achieve their goal within just a few months. Their K-9 Rico was purchased from Little Rock K-9 Academy. He is a dual purpose working K9 in narcotics, tracking and criminal apprehension.
Sex Offender Division
Sex offenders must register and maintain their registration by coming to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office located at 178 S. Murphree St in Pittsboro Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.