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We offer fingerprinting Monday through Friday between the hours of 8AM to 5PM.
Fingerprints are $15.00.
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Once the affidavit is filed it will then be reviewed by the Municipal Court Judge who will determine if a warrant will be issued. After the warrant is issued an arrest is made you will receive a subpoena to appear in court to testify. There is no fee to file charges.
Only the person whose name appears on the report can obtain a copy.
Incident Reports can be picked up at the Moss Point Police Department Record’s Division by the person who filed the report. Note: there is no fee for the individual who filed the incident report. If you are a defendant or suspect in a case, you will need to contact Municipal Court at 228-474-3644 about obtaining discovery.
Parking Lot Accidents are not recorded by officers on State Forms and can only be purchased in the Record’s Division at a cost of $10.00.
The Moss Point Police Record’s Division can be reached at:
Moss Point Police Record’s Division 4200 Bellview Street Moss Point, MS. 39563 Phone: 228-474-3641
Accident Reports occurring on State Roadways are recorded by officers on State Forms. These reports can be purchased in person for $25.00 in the Record’s Division.
- Roadway Accident Reports are $25.00.
- Parking Lot Accident Reports are $10.00.
- Incident Reports and relating reports are $10.00.
- Criminal History Background is $15.00
- Fingerprinting is $15.00.
Initial complaints may be reported to any on duty patrol supervisor. If you feel the supervisor was not able to assist you properly you may contact the Deputy Chief of Police directly at 474-4088. The Deputy Chief’s office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Complaints may be initially received verbally, in writing, in person, by telephone, by mail or by electronic means. The supervisor will give you a citizen complaint form with no questions asked where you may either fill it out at the police station or take it with you.
Once the police department receives your complaint it will be evaluated and assigned to an investigator if warranted.