Quick Announcements (Updated 11/24/2020)

Nov 24: PSA – Debris Pick Up to begin 11/26

Nov 19 – CONTINUATION: COVID-19 Local Emergency Proclomation

Nov 09 – THE BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED

Nov 02 – AGENDA

Oct 20 – Governor’s Proclamation Update

 

Oct 6 – Proclamation Declaring The Existence of a Local Emergency Within The City of Pass Christian, MS

For up-to-date and accurate information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit coronavirus.gov

Please review Alderwoman Charlot’s inquiry to the office of Governor Tate Reeves regarding large crowds.

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Police Department

Police Department: (228) 452-3301 – after hours 452-3300     EMERGENCY?  DIAL 911

Dispatch (24/7): 228 452-3300
– – – EMERGENCY DIAL 911 – – –

All other Non emergency calls: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm for Administration, Records and Investigations,  call 228-452-3327.


Fax:
  228-452-3306 
Address: 525 Espy Ave., Pass Christian, MS  39571 see on map

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Chief of Police:  Daren Freeman
Deputy Chief of Police:  Chad Sims
Administrative Assistant: Susie Young 
Hours: 8:00 – 5:00 Monday – Friday

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Civil Service Rules (updated 2019)


Civil Service Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the Month 5:30PM at the Pass Christian Police Dept.


U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has a universal resource locator for the HSI Victim Notification Program.

Report Crimes: Email or Call 1-866-DHS-2-ICE

For more information see http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/


Pass Christian Police Department now offers an anonymous drop box, where anyone can come in and drop off unused an unwanted prescription drugs to be turned in safely. Open 24/7 just inside the front door of the Police Station on Espy Ave.
(NO Needles or Liquids)

Drop Box


Impaired Driving Creates Serious Consequences

  • The consequences are serious and real. Drunk driving violators often face jail time, the loss of their driver’s license, higher insurance rates, and dozens of other unanticipated expenses ranging from attorney fees, court costs, car towing and repairs, and lost wages due to time off from work.
  • Refusing to take a sobriety test in many jurisdictions may result in the loss of your license on the spot and the impoundment of your vehicle. Not to mention the added embarrassment, humiliation, and consequences after informing family, friends and employers.
  • Driving while impaired is not worth the risk. For more information, visit www.StopImpairedDriving.org.

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On average, one in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime.

Drunk Driving Prevention

Following these easy steps, a driver can enjoy a safe and festive holiday without jeopardizing their life and the lives of the others who may be on the road.

    • Plan a safe way home before the festivities begin.
    • Before drinking, please designate a sober driver and give that person your keys.
    • If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation so you are sure to get home safely.
    • If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to contact your local law enforcement.
    • And remember, if you know someone who is about to drive while impaired, take their keys and help them make other arrangements to get to where they are going safely.

Burglary of a motor vehicle is a crime of opportunity. Don’t become a victim, Protect your car and personal property.
Residents are encouraged to call the Pass Christian Police immediately about all suspicious activity. Don’t worry about feeling embarrassed if your suspicions are wrong; think instead about what could happen if your suspicions are right and you don’t call. It is the Police Department’s job to investigate suspicious matters, and any assistance in spotting suspicious persons or activities is greatly appreciated.
REMEMBER:   1. A thief can burglarize your vehicle in less than 30 seconds!
2. It only takes you about 20 seconds to at least move your valuables into your trunk, out of sight.
3. If you see someone committing a crime Do Not confront them, call the police immediately.
4. Be alert, Be aware, and be prepared to Be a good witness.


If you have questions concerning vehicle burglaries or other crimes, please contact your Pass Christian Police Department at 228-452-3301. Should you need to report a crime in progress, please call 452-3301, or 911