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  1. We appreciate your interest in the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office. The men and women of the sheriff’s office work diligently to insure you, your property and family are protected and safe from those who would do you harm. We are here to serve you and work with you to make our county and your community a safe place to live, work and ...

  2. The mission of the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office is to maintain social order and provide professional law enforcement services to citizens in the community, within prescribed ethical, budgetary, and constitutional constraints. This department strives to enforce the law and maintain order in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing the need for justice, and consistent appearance of justice.

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  4. Chief Deputy Ward Calhoun. Chief Deputy Ward Calhoun, III is a graduate of Meridian High School Class of 1983, Mississippi College in 1987, The Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy 1996, Leadership Lauderdale 2000 and the F.B.I. National Academy in 2001. He began his Law Enforcement career in April 1992 as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff and ...

  5. Sheriff's Office Administration. Sheriff Billy Sollie. 601-482-9806. Chief Deputy Ward Calhoun. 601-482-9806. Kathy McDonald. 601-482-9806. Kasey Sellers. 601-482-9806.

  6. 601-482-9801. The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office maintains a long-term detention facility authorized to house 310 inmates. The agency operates three shifts per day with 18 Detention Officers on A Shift, 17 on B Shift, and 16 on C Shift to cover 12 pods, 144 holding cells, four special needs cells, one medical area cell, and one suicide prevention cell.

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