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The Chancery Clerk acts as the county auditor, treasurer and assists the Board of Supervisors.
The Circuit Clerk provides a wide variety of services to the Circuit and County Courts, as well as, to the public including voter registration, election information, jury duty, and marriage licenses.
As a part of County law enforcement, County Constables provide essential jobs that keep the criminal justice system moving.
The County Coroner is responsible for assuring readily available death investigators for the county 24 hours-a-day for the investigation of all deaths "affecting the public interest."
The Election Commission is responsible for ensuring that all elections are conducted fairly, honestly and most importantly Legal in all areas of the laws of Mississippi.
View more information about the Sheriff's Department in Jackson County.
The Jackson County Assessor's Office is made up of the following departments: Real Property Appraisal, Personal Property (Business), and Homestead.
The Tax Collector is required to submit a budget of his office's estimated expenses for the next fiscal year at the July meeting of the Board of Supervisors.