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Madison County Jail
2935 HIGHWAY 51


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 62
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(601) 859-5801

Madison County, MS Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 34
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 4
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 2
Robbery 4
Aggravated Assault 24
Property Crime 306
Burglary 99
Larceny-theft 176
Motor Vehicle Theft 31
Arson 6
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Sheriff Randy Tucker

The Madison County Sheriff's Office was formed in 1828, and the Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer of the county and elected to a four-year term. He may run for re-election. The Sheriff is the chief officer of the Chancery and Circuit Courts and maintains the county law library. The Sheriff is in charge of the county courthouse, jail and protection of prisoners.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerFriday, December 28th, 2018 at 6:02am

Leave Fireworks to the Professionals
The best way to protect your family is to not use any fireworks at home. Instead, attend public fireworks displays and leave the lighting to the professionals.
If you plan to use fireworks, make sure they are legal in your area.

Be Extra Careful With Sparklers
Little arms are too short to hold sparklers, which can heat up to 1,200 degrees. Children can use glow sticks instead. They can be just as fun but they don’t burn at a temperature hot enough to melt glass.

Closely supervise children around fireworks at all times.
Take Necessary Precautions
Do not wear loose clothing while using fireworks.
Never light fireworks indoors or near dry grass.
Point fireworks away from homes, and keep away from brush, leaves and flammable substances
Be Prepared for an Accident or Injury
Stand several feet away from lit fireworks. If a device does not go off, do not stand over it to investigate it. Put it out with water and dispose of it.
Always have a bucket of water and/or a fire extinguisher nearby. Know how to operate the fire extinguisher properly.
If a child is injured by fireworks, immediately go to a doctor or hospital. If an eye injury occurs, don't allow your child to touch or rub it, as this may cause even more damage.

I hope you have a Happy New Year. If you need anything, please contact us.

You can download our app, MC Sheriff, from the app store to receive alerts on your device.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerWednesday, December 26th, 2018 at 10:37am
That National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for Madison County from midnight until 6:00 pm tomorrow. NWS advises to expect sustained winds up to 30 mph and gusts up to 40 mph. If you need anything at all, please contact us. Please download our app, MC Sheriff, through the App store to receive notifications on your device.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerSunday, December 23rd, 2018 at 8:17am
Merry Christmas on behalf of the Madison County Sheriff’s office. We hope you enjoy your time with family and friends as we rejoice in the birth of Jesus Christ. If you need anything at all, please give us a call.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerSaturday, December 15th, 2018 at 11:43pm
Christmas Decorating Safety Tips

According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Mishaps send about hundreds people to the ER daily, with falls, cuts and back strains topping the list of injuries. To ensure you have a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season with your friends and family, here are 12 tips to keep in mind as you deck out your home:

1. Keep live trees away from heat sources.
Place your tree away from fireplaces and heaters, and keep a fire extinguisher near your tree. Live trees are highly flammable, due to needles and sap.

2. Hydrate your tree.
A dried-out tree can catch fire faster than one that has been properly watered. Check the water level every other day to ensure proper hydration. Starting with a green tree is one way to keep it from drying out so quickly.

3. Fake it!
If you buy an artificial tree, make sure it’s labeled “fire resistant.” Fire-resistant trees are less susceptible to catching fire.

4. Don’t burn wrapping paper in the fireplace.
Paper can catch fire very quickly and can cause flash fires. Instead, recycle (or better yet, reuse!) your wrapping paper.

5. Work as a team.
When stringing lights and decorations above your normal reach, make sure you use a proper ladder with someone supporting the base.

6. Double-check your lights for safety.
Replace any lights with frayed wires, broken sockets, and loose connections.

7. Power down before you turn in.
Turn off all lights when you go to bed and before leaving the house to avoid a short that could start an electrical fire.

8. Prevent electrical cord damage.
Don’t mount lights in a way that might damage the cords, and avoid using nails or tacks. Use hooks or insulated staples instead.

9. Secure candles.
Keep candles on a sturdy base to prevent tipping. Never leave a lit candle unattended.

10. Use unbreakable ornaments.
If you have fragile ornament, place them out of reach from pets and kids.

11. Skip the fake food.
Avoid decorations that look like candy or food if you have young children — or pets — in the house.

12. Beware of poisonous plants.
While festive, poinsettias are poisonous when eaten, so keep them out of reach of kids and pets.

'Merry Christmas from the Madison County Sheriff's Office. As always, if you need anything please call us. Your safety is always first.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 6:48am
Sheriff Randy Tucker will host a press conference today at 2:00 at his office to discuss the capture of the inmate.
Sheriff Randy Tucker
Sheriff Randy TuckerTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 6:31am
The escapee from Friday has been caught and is being questioned. We will keep you posted as information is obtained.