Police Department


The Piperton Police Department is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service to our community in the preservation of life and property; enforcing the laws fairly and impartially without fear of reprisal, while preserving the constitutional rights of all.


The vision of the Piperton Police Department is to uphold our sworn oath to maintain a safe community, while serving and protecting the community with integrity, professionalism, and accountability.

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Core Values

Integrity - As City of Piperton Police Officers, we are committed to unwavering legal, ethical, and moral standards in the profession we chose.

Professionalism - Providing superior police services through continued training, high ethical standards, strong morals, and community support.

Accountability - As City of Piperton Police Officers, we hold ourselves accountable for our actions, just as we hold others accountable for their actions.

Protect & Serve

The officers of the Piperton Police Department work to ensure Piperton remains one of the safest cities in the Southeast. Personnel provides around the clock coverage for the City of Piperton.

The department strives to maintain a strong partnership with its citizens and is more effective with the communication and support it receives from the community. The overall effectiveness of the department is a result of the leadership, training, dedication, and professionalism of the officers, and support provided to the department by the citizens.

Administration & Dispatch

The police administration can be reached at 901-861-8424. If you need assistance or have the need for an officer due to a non-emergency situation, please contact dispatch at 901-465-3456.


In an emergency, call 911.

Cell Phones & Jurisdictions

When you use a cell phone to request immediate service, it is possible your call may go to another jurisdiction such as Collierville Police in Shelby County or Marshall County, Mississippi. Be prepared to provide additional information regarding your location and nature of the emergency.

Cell Phone Etiquette

During a cell phone placed call to request immediate service:

  1. Remain calm.
  2. Inform the person at the center you reach that you are trying to contact Fayette County Sheriff Dispatch.
  3. Explain the nature of your emergency.
  4. Provide the information requested by the center.