Long Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Long Beach Police Department
  • Address: 202 Alexander Rd, Long Beach, 39560 MS
  • Chief: Wayne McDowell (Chief of Police)
Phone: 228-863-7292
Fax: 228-863-3063
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Long Beach Police Department is located at 202 Alexander Rd, Long Beach, 39560 MS. The Chief of Police of the department is Wayne McDowell. The Long Beach Police Department phone number is 228-863-7292.

Long Beach Police Department News

On February 16, 2018, at approximately 1445 hours the Long Beach Police Department in conjunction with the Long Beach School District investigated two separate complaints about possible threats of violence at the Long Beach High School. As a result of the investigation two 17 year old male students were arrested and being held for violation of MS Code 97-3-7(1) (a) (iii) Simple Assault – Attempt By Physical Menace to Create Fear. Both cases have been turned over to the Harrison County Youth Court. These cases remain under investigation by the Long Beach Police Department.

On February 14th, 2018, the Long Beach Police Department arrested 26 year old Malcom J. Gee, of Long Beach and charged him with embezzlement by trust. The arrest stems from an investigation where Gee is alleged to have embezzled funds entrusted to him by a Long Beach Cub Scout pack. Gee was transported to the Harrison County Adult Detention Center, where he was incarcerated on a $5,000.00 bond set by Justice Court Judge Diane Ladner, pending further court action.

Congrats to Officer Kerry Hall on being The Gazebo Gazette’s Long Beach Hometown Heroes. #longbeachpride #longbeachstrong #39560 #LBPD

Officers are getting ready for the today's Carnival Association Of Long Beach 2018 Mardi Gras parade. The roads will close at 5:30 PM on Saturday, February 3. Please be safe during the parade and be patient with traffic after the parade ends. Don't go around any barricades. Please follow directions Officers give to keep the flow of traffic. #lethegoodtimeroll #mardigras2018 #39560 #longbeachms #longbeachmardigras

Our Long Beach Police Department - MS leading the kids Mardi Gras parade for the Loving Care Montessori Center. #39560 #longbeachmardigras #LBPD #longbeachms

Thank you to all our citizens and friends for the food donations for the animals we rescue at the Long Beach Police Department. #longbeachpride #LBPD #animalcontrol #39560 https://www.wxxv25.com/2018/01/31/saving-city-funds-helping-furry-friends/

Our Long Beach Police Officers are getting ready for the Carnival Association Of Long Beach 2018 Mardi Gras parade. The roads will close at 5:30 PM on Saturday, February 3. Please be safe during the parade and be patient with traffic after the parade ends. Don't go around any barricades. Please follow directions Officers give to keep the flow of traffic. #lethegoodtimeroll #mardigras2018 #39560 #longbeachms #longbeachmardigras

Meet our new School Resource Officer Glen Powell. Officer Powell has worked for the Long Beach Police Department for several years and will work conjunction with the Long Beach School District . #39560 #LBPD #LBSD #longbeachpride #longbeachms #bearcats

On 1/26/2018 the Long Beach Police Department arrested 33 year old Henry Alex Schepens III, of Long Beach and charged him with one count of Grand Larceny and one count of False Pretense. The arrest stems from an incident where Schepens stole a Kubota tractor and presented it as his own and sold the tractor on an internet sales site. Schepens was transported to the Harrison County Adult Detention Center and incarcerated on a $100,000 bond set by Justice Court Judge D. Ladner pending further court action.

On January 24th, 2018 the Long Beach Police Department arrested 18 year old Genesis M. Searles, and a 17 year old accomplice, both of Gulfport, and charged them with four counts of vehicle burglary each. The arrest stems from an investigation of vehicle burglaries on Pittman Drive and Sea Pine Lane in the city of Long Beach. Searles was transported to the Harrison County Adult Detention Center, where he was off-bonded and incarcerated pending further court action. Searles’ accomplice was transported to the Harrison County Juvenile Detention Center.

***UPDATE HE HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE*** Missing child: Jacob Holland is missing. He was last seen around 8:10 am leaving his house on his bike wearing dark clothes and a Columbia jacket. Please be on the look out and call Long Beach Police Department.

Please take caution due to deteriorating conditions on the roadways. As always, all drivers should take their time, drive slowly and be safe. Please stay tune to local media outlets for weather updates and closures. #39560 #longbeachms #snowday2018

Please be very careful this morning if you have to be out and about.

The Long Beach Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two suspects involved in multiple vehicle burglaries that occurred on or around January 6th, 2018. Anyone with information regarding these incidents, or the identities of these two individuals, is asked to call the Long Beach Police Department at 228-863-7292 or Crime Stoppers at 877-787-5898.

Long Beach Police Department arrested 32 year old, Stevie A. Stoudenmier of Gulfport, MS and charged him with Credit Card Fraud. The arrest stems from an incident where a woman reported that her bank card had been stolen and several fraudulent charges had been made. Stoudenmier was incarcerated at the Harrison County Adult Detention Center on a $5,000.00 bond set by Justice Court Judge Brandon Ladner pending further court action.

The Long Beach Police Department - MS have arrested Antonio Jenkins for one count of residential burglary and one count of vehicle burglary. The arrest stemmed from an incident involving a break in at a residence and vehicle on Reed Avenue in Long Beach. Bond was set at $100,000 by Harrison County Justice Court Judge Diane Ladner.

Happy New Year from the men and women of the Long Beach Police Department - MS! #LBPD #39560 #happynewyear #2018 #longbeachpride

Happy New Year's Eve! Everyone please stay safe. Drive sober or get pulled over. #LBPD #39560 #2018

Merry Christmas from the men and women of the Long Beach Police Department - MS! #39560 #longbeachpride #longbeachstrong #LBPD

Traffic is backed up on Pineville Road around the Christmas lights at Estates of Penny Lane, it's worth the wait! 🎄❄️⛄️☃️🌨 #39560 #christmaseve #longbeachchristmaslights

Our Officers out around town passing toys out on Christmas Eve! Merry Christmas from the men and women of Long Beach Police Department! #longbeachpride #LBPD #39560 #christmaseve

Happy Christmas Eve! Stay safe out there traveling to and from Church and Christmas events.

DEADLINE is December 18th. The Gulf Coast Public Safety Feed the Needy Program has begun its 2017 campaign to deliver hot meals to the homes of those less fortunate on Christmas Day. The Gulf Coast Public Safety Feed the Needy Program is a successful collaboration between Public Safety Agencies and generous donors of Time, Money, and Goods. 2017 will be the 28th Year that this program has been going strong. Formally known as Harrison County Volunteers to Feed the Needy, it has grown from feeding a few to providing approximately 5,000 meals per year to those in need during the holiday times. The Feed the Needy Program is funded by donations only. In addition, it relies on hundreds of volunteers that donate their time to the program each year. To order a meal for any needy person please contact one of the sponsoring agencies; Biloxi Police Department 228-385-3033, D’Iberville Police Department 228-396-4252, Gulfport Police Department 228-868-5703, Gulfport Fire Department 228-868-5950, Harrison County Sheriff’s Department 228-896-0606, Long Beach Police Department 228-865-1981, and Pass Christian Police Department 228-452-3302. To make a donation and help to make this a Happy Holiday for those who may be less fortunate contact Lt. Mike Shaw, Gulfport Police Department, 228-868-5703. You can also mail to Gulf Coast Law Enforcement Feed the Needy, attn: Lt Mike Shaw, 2220 15th Street, Gulfport, MS 39501. Volunteers wishing to help package and deliver meals should report to Lyman Community Center, 13472 Highway 49, Gulfport, MS at 8:00 a.m. on Christmas morning. Deliveries will begin after packaging is complete. Deadline for ordering a meal is December 18, 2017.

The Long Beach Mississippi Fire Department and the Long Beach Police Department delivered gifts donated from private individuals to The R.O.C.K Foundation. #merrychristmas #longbeachstrong #LBFD #LBPD