Purvis Police Department

  • Agency: Purvis Police Department
  • Address: 136 Shelby Speights Dr, Purvis, 39475 MS
  • Chief: Richard Gibbs (Chief of Police)
Phone: 601-794-6512
Fax: 601-794-8003
Email:
Website:

Purvis Police Department is located at 136 Shelby Speights Dr, Purvis, 39475 MS. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Gibbs. The Purvis Police Department phone number is 601-794-6512.

Purvis Police Department News

PURVIS POLICE DEPARTMENT SEEKING INFORMATION FOR AN AUTO BURGLARY BEHIND JESSIE JAYNES AT APPROXIMATELY 1:30 MONDAY AFTERNOON. THE SUSPECT VEHICLE IS A WHITE CHEVY/GMC , POSSIBLY WITH STICKERS ON BACK. PLEASE CALL 601-794-6512 IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION.

PURVIS POLICE NEED HELP TO IDENTIFY THIS VEHICLE AND ITS OWNER.

Purvis Police Need Help to Identify This Vehicle

Kids Kampus Sunset Drive done an amazing job caroling for us today.

Thank you to the kids at Kids Kampus sunset Drive for the beautiful card.

Thank you Cory

We would like to thank the kind people of Purvis and Pine Belt Oil for your thoughtfulness.

Thank you Pine Belt Energy Services, LLC from the Purvis Police Department for providing breakfast, snacks and cases of water for our Domestic Violence class, presented by the Attorney General's office. Your kindness was greatly appreciated

The Purvis Police Department would like to thank the Purvis Church of God for providing a Thanksgiving feast to the Officers who worked on Thanksgiving Day. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated.

Make sure to bring your trick or treaters to see us at the Police Department.

The City of Purvis has changed Trick or Treat hours to Friday, October 30, 2015 from 4:00-6:00 due to the weather.

Trick or Treating has been changed to Friday, October 30 from 4:00-6:00 due to the weather

The Purvis Police Department encourages safety and supervision during the annual Trick-or-Treat season. It is especially important for parents to adhere to a few safety rules for their children when they are trick-or-treating. •Know your treaters' route •Take a flashlight •Be sure costumes, shoes, and treat bags are safe. •Remind kids not to enter strangers' homes or cars. •Set rules about not eating treats until kids get home. Be sure to inspect all treats before allowing kids to eat them. •Candy that has been opened should be thrown away. Any homemade treats or fruit should be inspected closely. •Remember drivers have a hard time seeing people, especially at dusk. •Never cross the street from between parked cars. •Watch open flames from jack-o-lanterns as they can catch costumes and long wigs on fire. •Make sure that fake knives, swords, and guns are made from cardboard or other flexible materials to avoid accidental injury or worse, have them mistaken for the real thing!