Patrol Division

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The Patrol Division consists of four teams of fully certified law enforcement officers who are responsible for patrolling all unincorporated areas of Harrison County. All patrol officers are uniformed and drive fully marked vehicles.

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office has advanced cloud-based mobile solutions. This technology will help our officers better respond to emergencies in the field by accessing and sharing mission critical information where and when they need it, from any Internet connected device.

By deploying data-sharing platform Harrison County is now part of a much larger network of agencies that support public safety interoperability by sharing their data across jurisdictions, state lines and even software vendors. Law enforcement officers from participating agencies use this software on their laptops in their patrol vehicle. This inter-agency approach to data sharing allows officers to obtain real-time, actionable information about criminals and criminal behavior inside and outside of their jurisdictions.

“There has never been a more critical time to implement technologies that keep our first responders informed and help keep our communities safe,” said Sheriff Melvin T. Brisolara, Harrison County Sheriff’s, “InterDEx and InterAct’s Mobile solutions clearly demonstrate the superior technology advantages we had been looking for. Our deputies are able to be more effective at fighting and deterring crime now because they use their laptops to access all of the information they need, no matter where they are.”

All patrol officers are required to be certified as Law Enforcement Officers by the Mississippi Board of Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training before being allowed to perform unsupervised patrol duties. Under most circumstances, patrol officers come from the ranks of non-sworn positions within the Sheriff’s Office lateral transfers from other law enforcement agencies, or become eligible though the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Civil Service Commission.

 

ACCIDENTS NON-ALCOHOL RELATED ALCOHOL RELATED Totals
YEAR PDO INJURY FATAL TOTAL PDO INJURY FATAL TOTAL
2006 1833 373 7 2213 72 37 1 107 2320
2007 1529 384 11 1924 68 63 2 133 2057
2008 742 604 3 1349 14 92 3 109 1458
2009 643 157 3 803 33 36 3 72 875
2010 580 129 0 709 20 35 2 57 766
2011 560 152 2 714 27 43 2 72 786

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For more information contact:
Frank Baskett
228-297-2867

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