Criminal Investigation Division

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Criminal Investigation Division

Assistant Chief Joey Womack

AC Joey Womack is a graduate of Magee High School (1987) and started his career with the Magee Police Department in 1989 as a part time dispatcher.  Womack attended Hinds Community College and also worked with Hinds Community College Police Department as a part-time dispatcher.   Womack also attended Copiah Lincoln Community college.  Womack attended University of Southern Mississippi and graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.  While attending USM, Womack also worked there as a ticket writer and part-time dispatcher.  Womack completed his internship with the Magee Police Department.  Womack worked with the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) out of the Brookhaven Office where he was responsible for several counties in the southwest part of Mississippi; investigating Alcohol laws and conducting undercover operations.  In 1993, Womack joined the Gulfport Police Department where he worked his way through the ranks of Patrol Division, K9 Unit, Special Operations Unit (Narcotics), US Customs Blue Lighting Task Force, MS Bureau Of Narcotics Contract Agent, US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA Task Force Agent HIDTA), and Gulfport CID (Homicide Unit, Burglary Unit, Financial Crime unit, and sex crime unit).  Womack then joined the MS Department of Corrections as Chief Investigator over the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility.  Womack was responsible for being a supervisor over all Investigations inside the prison, day to day operations, security, and employee back grounds.  Womack returned to the Magee Police Department in 2006 from Patrol, to Sergeant of Patrol, Lieutenant over Narcotics and K9 Unit.  Womack currently is over all investigations, the day to day operations while the Chief is away, and day to day operations over the Jail.

jwomack@mageepolice.com

(601) 849-2366