Bay Saint Louis Police Department

  • Agency: Bay Saint Louis Police Department
  • Address: 698 US-90, Bay Saint Louis, 39520 MS
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 228-467-9222

Bay Saint Louis Police Department is located at 698 US-90, Bay Saint Louis, 39520 MS. The Bay Saint Louis Police Department phone number is 228-467-9222.

Bay Saint Louis Police Department News

Due to recent citizen concerns, we're asking for the public's assistance in identifying the following person and notification of any unreported incidents that may be similar to the bulletin information:

Spread the word and be safe! If you’re being pulled over and feel unsure please call 911 and confirm before stopping in a safe location... we WILL understand. Report any suspicious activity to us or contact central dispatch at (228)255-9191.

Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! The Bay St. Louis Mardi Gras Parade season is here! Krewe of Kid's Parade and Krewe of Nereid's Parade are this weekend, please plan ahead and be safe! Here's some helpful info regarding Nereid's:

A specials thanks from Bay St. Louis PD to Midtown Pharmacy and our sponsors for hosting a great Coffee With A Cop this morning.

Coffee With a Cop will be hosted tomorrow at Midtown Pharmacy & Gifts, located at 620 Blue Meadow Rd. Please come join us for refreshments and meet some of your Bay PD Officers and Administration at one of our fabulous locally owned businesses! We apologize for the late notice but hope to see you there!

We hope to see you this Friday, as well as on October 4th for our Coffee With A Cop events.

Press Release Immediate Release The Bay St. Louis Police Department is participating in “Operation Clear Track”, which will take place Tuesday September 26, 2017 from 9am to 12 pm, along with other local, state, federal and railroad police. Operation Clear Track is a public safety event sponsors by Amtrak. Officer will be station at the city’s two busiest railroad grade crossings. Our Officer will hand out Amtrak-provided railroad safety cards to motorist and pedestrians. Officer may be issuing warning and/ or citations when appropriate to those violating state laws. THANKS, Interim Chief Matt Issman Bay St. Louis Police Department

Don't forget to join us tomorrow for Coffee with a Cop!

We hope that you join us this Friday for our next Coffee With A Cop event.

Stay prepared for what is expected.

We have experienced the devastation before and were thankful for those who helped us. If you can, please help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Bay St. Louis Police Department Citizen Satisfaction Survey.

Congratulations Tammy for a job well done! Tammy Brady – the Sea Coast Echo Law Enforcement Officer of the Week By Echo staff Aug 16, 2017, 09:19 In order to promote local law enforcement and foster better community relations between the public and the police, the Sea Coast Echo will recognize a local Law Enforcement Officer of the Week every Wednesday. Tammy Brady of the Bay St. Louis Police Department is the Officer of the Week Our Law Enforcement Officer of the week is Tammy Brady of the Bay St. Louis Police Department. Brady, a civilian employee, was nominated for the honor by Chief Daren Freeman, who also nominated her for the department’s Employee of the Quarter.”Your work ethic and dedication has not gone unnoticed by myself and your peers,” Freeman told Brady in an official letter. “During the past year you have taken on more responsibilities and tasks without hesitation or complaining. We have observed you working on Sundays and after hours on more than one occasion to make sure the job gets done. Your efforts to streamline our paperwork and the daily operations of the Department has allowed us to run more efficient and become more professional. ... I am proud of the job you do for the City of Bay St. Louis and look forward to working with you more in the future. Each week, we will feature an officer from one either the Hancock County Sheriff's Office: Bay St. Louis Police Department; Waveland Police Department; or the Diamondhead Police Department. If you’d like to help salute an officer, please call 228-467-5474 or 228-332-0257.

It's that time of year again. Watch out for children walking and be aware of school buses stopping. Make this school year a safe one.

Join us, along with other organizations and citizens, tonight for the National Night Out Expo. Please hit "Like" and share this post and ask others to attend.

Thank you to those who helped make our latest Coffee with a Cop a successful event. Check out this article from The Shoofly Magazine.

We will see you this morning beginning at 8am for Coffee with a Cop. Starfish Cafe is located in the 200 block of Main Street. Come meet Chief Freeman and the men and women of the Bay St. Louis Police Department.

Join us tomorrow morning at Starfish Cafe.

Just a reminder. We hope you will join us.

Don't forget! The Bay St. Louis Police Department will have its next Coffee with a Cop event this Friday, July 28, 2017 beginning at 8am at Starfish Cafe on Main Street. We look forward to seeing you then. Please share this post and invite others to attend.

Check out this article from the Sea Coast Echo and what Bay PD is doing. Bay PD hosts cookout for youth By Dwayne Bremer, Staff Writer Jul 14, 2017, 16:33 Members of the Bay St. Louis Police Department on Thursday cooked lunch for more than 200 children at the Bay-Waveland Boys and Girls Club. Police Chief Daren Freeman said the idea for the cookout came about a few weeks ago when a BPD officer was asked if the police could periodically stop by the club to interact with children. "I thought it was a great idea and we decided to host a cookout," Freeman said. "We want to establish a good relationship with the children and the community. This builds trust and it fits perfectly into the community outreach things we are trying to do." Freeman said BPD officers will continue to make stops at the club and he hopes to host future events there, as well. Boys and Girls Club Director Marion Vincent said interaction between the children and the police will benefit everyone. "The kids get to see that these police officers are not just someone in a uniform," she said. "They can talk to them and have fun with them. It will lead to a better relationship as they continue to grow." Vincent said several other groups also support the club and she encourages any local entity or group to get involved. Freeman said Thursday's event was the first of three community- outreach events planned in the next few weeks. On July 28, BPD officers will attend another "Coffee with a Cop" morning gathering at the Starfish Cafe. On Aug. 1, BPD officers will participate in the annual Night out Against Crime. Freeman said his goal is to have functions every month where the police interact with the community. "It's important to the community and it helps us stay in touch with what is going on and how people feel," he said. "We want to continue to build a positive relationship with each other."