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Walls, Mississippi Information
The Town of Walls, Mississippi has a population of 1,162. The mayor as of 2018 is Patti Denison. The town can be found in DeSoto County.
9087 Nail Road,
Olive Branch, MS 38654
There has been 16 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 83 to 1.
Walls, Mississippi Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Walls, Mississippi:
- The overall crime rate in Walls is 62% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 2.87 daily crimes that occur in Walls.
- Walls is safer than 81% of the cities in the United States.
- In Walls you have a 1 in 96 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Walls has decreased by 5%.
Walls Police Department Address:
Herb Brewer, Chief of Police
9087 Nail Rd
Walls, Mississippi 38680
Juvenile Detention Facility
The Desoto County Juvenile Justice Facility opened in April 2007. It has over 13,000 square feet and has the capacity to hold 40 juveniles. This state of the art center is equipped with monitored security cameras throughout the facility. The male pod can house 25 boys and the female pod can house 15 girls. Each pod is equipped with an observation room which allows officers to have a constant visual on juveniles with special needs.
The facility includes a med room where juveniles receive medical care by on sight licensed medical professionals. An enclosed outside recreational yard is provided for physical activities. There is also a visitation room available for guardians, legal counsel, and youth court personnel.
Walls, Mississippi Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Walls, Mississippi
Bill Rasco, Sheriff
3091 Industrial Dr. West
Hernando, MS 38632
Phone: (662) 469-8027
Fax: (662) 469-8543
“The Mission of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department is to protect and serve the citizens of our county. We strive to eradicate criminal activity and conditions that have a detrimental impact upon public safety. We believe all citizens should be treated with respect and dignity. We will work in an environment based on honesty, trust and mutual respect for fellow employees and the citizens we serve.”
The Community Relations Division of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department is tasked with developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships between citizens, businesses, faith-based leaders, and the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department. The main focus of the campaign is crime prevention and the implementation of proactive enforcement efforts and measures aimed at the reduction of criminal incidents, rather than just responding to them after they have occurred. Simply, the goal of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department is to prevent crime from happening.
Criminal Investigations Division
The Criminal Investigations Division is dedicated to providing quality service to the citizens of DeSoto County through successful investigations and follow ups of specific criminal actions. The Criminal Investigations Division is primarily responsible for the investigation of major felony crimes such as homicide, aggravated assault, sexual assault, burglary, robbery, forgery, and fraud. Investigators in this division also look into child abuse, vehicle thefts, thefts from vehicles, and larcenies.
Uniform Patrol is the largest unit within the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department. There are 64 officers assigned to the Uniform Patrol Unit. These officers are assigned to one of four shifts that work on a 12 hour rotation. DeSoto County is divided into 4 districts. Each Shift has a Lieutenant and two Sergeants and 10 deputies. Each officer is assigned their own patrol car and all the equipment needed to perform their job function. Each patrol car has a laptop that is capable of generating reports and assigning calls for service. The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department utilizes E-tickets that are written and printed by the computer in the patrol car. We strive to be the best department we can be, whether it be with our equipment or our officers. The sheriff’s department is dedicated to be a pro-active agency that deters crime before it happens. The patrol division is constantly training to become better equipped to serve the citizens of DeSoto County and to stay ahead of the criminal aspect that surrounds us.
The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department Fugitive Division is responsible for serving both misdemeanor and felony warrants, civil process, conducting extraditions, handling writs of commitment, and other court services.