Programs and Education for You
A Message from Chief Deputy Jamie Singley
Contact Chief Deputy Singley 601-736-5051
Our goal is to establish community programs throughout the county to create meaningful interaction with our citizens. We believe in transparency, education, and reporting to help us protect and serve this area. Through transparency, we want the public to be informed of issues that surround them. We want to educate people on things to be mindful of and to report any issues that we would need to be aware of. We offer these tools in many different ways.
Neighborhood Watch programs are a great way to help communities look out for their fellow neighbors. A Neighborhood Watch program is designed to be ran and maintained by the citizens of that community. The Marion County Sheriff's Office is here to help you in forming, establishing, and supporting a Neighborhood Watch Program in your community.
We offer various educational programs to help teach anyone, from a child to senior citizens, on topics that could relate to them. Some examples of the various programs we offer are: DUI, drugs, identity theft, and many more. If you are interested in any of these events, please feel free to contact us.
If you can think of any other ways that we can be of assistance, please call on us. We have enjoyed the different events county wide from schools, churches, and all other organizations that we have participated with. Please allow us to continue the fellowship with each and everyone of you and thank you for allowing us to serve you.