SHUBUTA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Address: 178 Eucutta Street, Shubuta, MS 39360-8753
Phone: (601) 687-1536

SHUBUTA POLICE DEPARTMENT (Agency# 1011620) is a local law enforcement agency in the Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies (CSLLEA), by Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Statistics (DOJ-BJS). The agency type is .

Facility Overview

SHUBUTA POLICE DEPARTMENT is a local law enforcement agency in the Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies (CSLLEA). The address location is at 178 Eucutta Street, Shubuta, MS 39360-8753. The current status is open. The telephone number is (601) 687-1536.

Agency ID 1011620
Agency Name SHUBUTA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Agency Address 178 Eucutta Street
Shubuta
MS 39360-8753
County CLARKE
County FIPS 28023
Telephone (601) 687-1536
Type LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT
NAICS Code 922120
NAICS Description POLICE PROTECTION
Status OPEN
Source LAW ENFORCEMENT LOCATIONS; HSIP GOLD 2015, 2009

Location Information

Street Address 178 EUCUTTA STREET
City SHUBUTA
County CLARKE
State MS
Zip Code 39360-8753

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Dataset Information

This dataset includes 23 thousand local law enforcement agencies in the Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies (CSLLEA), by Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Statistics (DOJ-BJS). The local law enforcement locations data contains point location and information pertaining to a wide range of law enforcement entities in the United States. Law enforcement agencies are publicly funded and employ at least one full-time or part-time sworn officer with general arrest powers, as defined by the US Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Statistics (DOJ-BJS) for their Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies (CSLLEA). Law enforcement agencies include, but are not limited to, municipal police, county sheriffs, state police, school police, park police, railroad police, federal law enforcement agencies, departments within non law enforcement federal agencies charged with law enforcement (e.g., US Postal Inspectors), and cross jurisdictional authorities (e.g., Port Authority Police). In general, the requirements and training for becoming a sworn law enforcement officer are set by each state. Law Enforcement agencies themselves are not chartered or licensed by their state. County, city, and other government authorities within each state are usually empowered by their state law to setup or disband Law Enforcement agencies. Generally, sworn Law Enforcement officers must report which agency they are employed by to the state. This dataset contains agencies across all 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.

Data Provider Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Statistics (DOJ-BJS)
Jurisdiction United States

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