Chief Sean Holdiness
Chief Sean Holdiness came to Louisville Police Department after a 25 year career with the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. During his career with the state, he served in both the Bureau of Narcotics and the Highway Patrol. Holdiness is a current member of the Mississippi Air National Guard where he serves with the 186th Air Operations Group at Key Field in Meridian. He is a graduate of Nanih Waiya Attendance Center, East Central Community College and Delta State University. Sean is married to the former Charity Hillhouse of Louisville and they have 6 children and 1 granddaughter. They attend The Way Community Church in Louisville.
Assistant Chief Ed Hunt
Assistant Chief Edward Hunt came to the Louisville Police Department after serving as a patrol officer for over 3 years at Ackerman Police Department. During his career at Louisville Police Department, Hunt has risen through the ranks of the department and was promoted to Captain in 2012 serving as a shift supervisor until July 1 of 2019, when he was appointed to Assistant Chief. He also served as a DARE instructor teaching at Louisville Middle School and Winston Academy. Ed is a graduate of Louisville High School and has one son, Edward Jerrious Hunt who attends Fair Elementary School. They attend Ebenezer Church of God in Christ.
Louisville Police Department
2363 South Church Ave.
Louisville, MS 39339
Leslie Loving- Secretary
Leslie has been secretary of the Louisville
Police for 8 years.
The Mission Statement
The mission of the Louisville police department 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. The chief of police recognizes that no law enforcement agency can operate at its maximum potential without supportive input from the citizens it serves. This department actively solicits and encourages the cooperation of all citizens to reduce and limit the opportunities for crime and to assist in bringing to justice those that violate the law.
The following objectives have been established to accomplish the mission within the budgetary, legal and manpower constraints imposed on the department.
A. Protect life and property: to provide services that contribute to the preservation of life, the protection of property and the safety of the community.
B. Maintain public order: to maintain peace and public order. To assist during times of natural, manmade or technological occurrences or diasters. To provide for the safe and effective flow of both vehicular and pedestrian traffic and the investigation of traffic related accidents.
C. Prevent, detect and investigate criminal activity: to prevent crime through aggressive patrol that limits the opportunity for a crime to occur, and through education of citizens that reduce the likelihood of them becoming victims of crime. To provide a through, appropriate, and efficient investigation of criminal activity.
D. Apprehension of offenders: to provide for the expeditious and prudent apprehension of suspected violators of the law, regardless of an individual's status in the community.
E. Community service: to provide the resources necessary for assisting citizens under special non-criminal circumstances.
F. Compliance with ethical standards and professionalism: to ensure integrity and adherence to the professional standards of the agency by investigating all complaints against agency personnel. To provide for the training needs of officers and promote a high rate of proficiency in the officers of the agency. To address the career development goals of agency personnel.
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