Madison Justice Complex
Welcome to the City of Madison, MS Police Department Website.
Our Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Madison Police Department to be a leader in promoting professionalism and providing courteous enhanced service from its law enforcement officers to the citizens of Madison and visitors to the city by:
- Enhancing the quality of public service provided to the citizens of Madison by providing and encouraging proactive training and educational programs for law enforcement.
- Striving to create and endorse positive effects on law enforcement's ability to reduce both crime and the fear of crime in the city of Madison.
- Encouraging the mutual sharing of resources and ideas among officers of the Madison Police Department and citizens by reinforcing open lines of communication and being the vanguard for the future of professional law enforcement within the City of Madison.
- Forging a partnership between law enforcement and the citizens we serve to enhance the quality of life within the community.
In addition to being state accredited through the State of Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission, the Madison Police Department is nationally advanced accredited through the Commission on Accrediation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
The Madison Police Department offers several crime prevention programs to residents. These include home and business safety/security surveys, neighborhood watch programs and house watches while residents are out of town for extended periods of time. The Madison Police Department is also the founding sponsor of the Madison County TRIAD program for senior citizens designed to address crime issues specifically affecting our older citizens.
The Madison Justice Complex contains the police department headquarters as well as Madison Municipal Court. The Justice Complex is located at 2001 Main Street (at Crawford Street) in Madison. The mailing address for these agencies is: P. O. Box 2489, Madison, MS 39130.
If you have an emergency contact the police department by dialing 911. Non-emergency and administrative calls please dial (601) 856-6111. The Madison Municipal Court telephone number is (601) 707-1412.