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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

CRIME VICTIMS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Crime Victim Assistance Program is administered by the Victim Services and Community Programs Division of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General. The program, which came into force June 30, 2002, replaces the Criminal Injury Compensation Program previously operated by the Workers’ Compensation Board.

The program is governed by the Crime Victim Assistance Act and the Regulations. Under the Act, victims injured as a result of certain crimes, immediate family members of an injured or deceased victim, and some witnesses may be eligible for financial assistance or benefits, such as:

  • Medical and dental care
  • Prescription drug expenses
  • Vocational services
  • Disability aids
  • Income support
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Homemaker, childcare, or personal care
  • Home or vehicle modification and related expenses
  • Counseling
  • Repair or replacement of some damaged or destroyed personal property items
  • Protective measures (such as changed locks or home security systems)
  • Transportation or travel expenses
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of parental guidance for a minor child
  • Loss of earnings due to bereavement leave
  • Crime scene cleaning

The Crime Victim Assistance Program has been developed in response to the changing needs of victims. When the Criminal Injury Compensation Program began in 1972, many victims, who were mostly male wage earners, were concerned about wage loss resulting from a crime. Today, many victims, especially women and children, need financial support as well as additional services and assistance to aid in their recovery from the physical and psychological effects of their victimization.

While the program does not cover injuries or loss sustained from motor vehicle accidents, injuries or loss sustained out of, or during the course of employment, claims for pain and suffering, and/or loss of personal property, the benefits offered through the Crime Victim Assistance Program will help victims and others recover from the effects of violent crime so that they may participate fully and safely in their communities.

CONTACT PERSON:
DEPUTY TRACY LANDRY 985-526-1627

MOST WANTED

Anyone with information on the suspects listed below is urged to call the Assumption
Parish Sheriff’s Office – Ph: 985.369.7281

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T. Williams

40:1041 – TRANSACTIONS INVOLVING PROCEEDS FROM CDS ACTIVITY (FELONY) 40:1023 – POSSESSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA (MISD) 40:966 A (1) – POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE MARIJUANA FAILURE TO APPEAR WARRANT
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A. Singleton

Attempted 2nd Degree Murder (2 Counts)

FOR EMERGENCY CALL:
911 985-369-2912

Sheriff Leland J. Falcon

112 Franklin Street
Napoleonville, LA 70390
Ph: 985.369.7281
Fax: 985.369.1395

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Administrative Office

112 Franklin Street
Napoleonville, LA 70390
Ph: 985.369.7281
Fax: 985.369.1395

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Criminal Investigation Division

2635 Hwy 1
Labadieville, LA 70372
Ph: 985.526.1627
Fax: 985.526.1631

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Narcotics Division

2635 Hwy 1
Labadieville, LA 70372
Ph: 985.526.1629
Fax: 985.526.1631

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Juvenile Division

Napoleonville Primary School 185 Hwy 1008
Napoleonville, LA 70390
Ph: 985.369.8742

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Communications Center

112 Franklin Street
Napoleonville, LA 70390
Ph: 985.369.2912
Fax: 985.369.7540

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Pierre Part Substation

4024 Hwy 70 South
Pierre Part, LA 70339
Ph: 985.252.8100
Fax: 985.252.3544

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Bayou L’Ourse Substation

1214 Hwy 662
Bayou L’Ourse, LA 70380
Ph: 985.631.6611
Fax: 985.631.0051

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Detention Center

233 Hwy 1008
Napoleonville, LA 70390
Ph: 985.369.7283
Fax: 985.369.9782

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