Moss Point Police Department

  • Agency: Moss Point Police Department
  • Address: 4329 Mc Innis Ave, Moss Point, 39563 MS
  • Chief: Keith Davis (Chief of Police)

Moss Point Police Department is located at 4329 Mc Innis Ave, Moss Point, 39563 MS. The Chief of Police of the department is Keith Davis. The Moss Point Police Department phone number is 228-475-1711.

Moss Point Police Department News

Moss Point Police Department is asking for your assistance in locating David Oneal Jones who is wanted for Aggravated Assault. He should be considered armed and dangerous! If you have any information about this crime or to his whereabouts, please contact Detective Mark Peters or the Moss Point Police Department at 228-475-1723. You may also contact Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers at 877-787-5898.

Congratulations to Officer Caleb Vick! Officer Vick was a nominee for Jackson County Officer of the Year at the 8th Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast held this morning at the Golden Nugget. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the MPPD.

Chief Ashley assisted the Kiwanis Club of Pascagoula this morning at their Read Around the World event. Chief and members of the Kiwanis Club distributed books and read to all 6 classes of 2nd graders at Kreole Elementary. Thank you Kiwanis for all that you do for the children of Moss Point.

The City of Moss Point Police Department has a Drug Destruction Bin located in the front lobby of the Police Department. Please do not place needles or liquids inside the bin. For any further questions please contact the Moss Point Police Department staff located at the front window. The bin can be accessed 24/7

Chief Brandon Ashley with the Moss Point City leaders.

Being a police officer, you honestly never know what you are going to get into. Officer's with the Moss Point Police Department responded to a horse that had fallen through the floor of its trailer that was hauling him down the highway. Upon arrival, officers called for The Fire Department to assist with airbags and cutting tools. Both police and fire worked together placing themselves in danger of injury to keep the horse calm and to free him from underneath the trailer. Both police and fire personnel were banged up from the injured horse as they worked to free him. After about an hour they managed to rescue the horse from under the trailer. Even though the horse fell through the trailer floor and was drug down the highway, it had several minor lacerations to its side and legs but no real significant injuries. There is no amount of training to prepare you for what you might encounter on a daily basis in law enforcement. Sometimes you have to wing things and make up ways of doing things as you go to save a life, whether it's a person or animal. Good work MPPD and MPFD.

The Soapbox Derby has been rescheduled for Saturday April 21, 2018 due to weather conditions. Main Street (Hwy 613) will be closed from 06:00 Hrs to unknown time on the above date from Bellview to Dantzler.

Saturday April 14th weather permitting, Main Street from Bellview to Dantzler will be closed due to the annual Soap box derby race. 7am until unknown time.

The Moss Point Police Department wants to extend our condolences to the family & friends of our fallen brother.

Thanks to the hard work from the Moss Point Police Department Investigation Division, they were able to take one violent suspect off the streets. With your help we will be able to locate the second dangerous suspect. Please call 228-475-1711 with any information. UPDATE - Second Suspect has been apprehended

Last night Moss Point City leaders made history by granting the Chiefs Position Civil Service, bringing stability to the Police Dept. The board also voted Interim Chief Brandon Ashley, to the Chiefs position. Chief Ashley has served 17 years with the city, working his way from Patrolman to Chief. Congratulations Chief Ashley it was a long hard road, but it paid off. Chief Ashley is the first Chief since the 1990s to work his way through the ranks to the highest position.

The Moss Point Police Department is accepting applications for Patrolman. We currently have 5 positions open. Please go to the City of Moss Point web page and download an application. https://cityofmosspoint.org/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=100&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Police-Officer-Physical-Agility-and-Writ-25 Positions open until April 05, 2018 There was a date mix up on the original post

Day shift felt they couldn't be out done, so they caught another burglar after a brief chase. Good job Sgt. Ward and his entire shift.

Once again with the help our citizens, the Moss Point Police Department was able to catch a suspect who was conducting a burglary. Officers were able to catch him in the progress of the crime. It takes YOU to make us successful.

The Moss Point Police Department wants to thank all of the citizens for getting involved with helping us stop the violence. It just goes to show with your help, we can be a more effective Police Department. We are in this together and we thank you. Please keep the tips coming in. If you see something, say something.

If you have any information concerning this coward, please contact the local police department. You can run but you cant hide from the U.S. Marshals. We look forward to seeing you soon Jimmy. PLEASE SHARE !

The Moss Point Police Department wants to thank the Rovira Family for paying for 25 scholarships to the Cal Ripken Baseball League in our city. If you know any low income families Please stop by their offices, Rovira Team Reality located at..... 5013 Main Street Moss Point or 4302 Chicot Street in Pascagoula Fell free to call them at 228-205-3844 Ages 4-16, Special Needs Children Welcomed , girls and boys, uniforms are included. Thank you Lazaro and Paola Rovira

Interim Chief Brandon Ashley is hosting the annual Amnesty Program. This program is designed to help individuals with taking care of fines and other matters with the City of Moss Point Municipal Court. Please see link below.

Under the leadership of Interim Chief Brandon Ashley, the Moss Point Police Department understands that a lot of children get into trouble when they don't have positive things going on in their life. We want anyone who can help promote the Cal Ripken League, that was started in our city last year, to please contact Alderman Chuck Redmond. Right now they are having a difficult time finding kids to register this year. First and foremost the safety of our children is our number one priority of the Moss Point Police Department. We are wanting to reach out to anyone who had children in the league last year or anyone thinking about signing their children up this year, to know that safety and security is our number one concern. If you know anyone with children in Moss Point that would like to be registered, please have them contact Alderman Chuck Redmond. There are many people willing to sponsor a child who cant afford to play. Sponsorship levels: Grand Slam $1500 Home Run $1000 Triple $500 Double $400 Single $300 Donations can be sent to PO Box 8848 Moss Point, Ms 39562 Or call Chuck Redmond At (228) 327-3878 PLEASE SHARE to help us help our Children

Interim Chief Brandon Ashley wants to remind everyone that The Moss Point Police Department needs your help to combat the crime in our city. "If you see something, say something." We depend on you to help us stop crime. If you have information concerning a crime, please call CRIME STOPPERS at 877-787-5898 You can remain anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you can get a cash reward up $1000.00 Also you can call 228-475-1723 to reach our non emergency line.

The men and women of the Moss Point Police Department want to extend our condolences and prayers to the Boone County Sheriffs Office in Indiana for the loss of their Deputy who was tragically shot and killed in the line of duty. No matter the distance or state we all mourn the loss from our law enforcement family.

The City of Moss Point Police Department would like to congratulate our latest new hires. Officers Jean, Officer Donnell, and Officer Waltman. Officer Jean became a citizen of the United States in 2012 from Haiti Officer Donnell recently moved from Indiana and is a 3rd generation Police officer following the foot steps of her grandfather and Uncle, Sergeant Lancen Shipman. Officer Waltman is a 7 year veteran of Law enforcement, who moved back to Mississippi from Wisconsin Officer Jean and Officer Donnell will be attending SRPSI (Mississippi State Law Enforcement Academy) in April

Officers with the Moss Point Police Department, while patrolling the city found a car fully involved. Members of the Moss Point Fire Department responded and safely put out the blaze.