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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

YOUTH PROGRAM

SUMMER BASKETBALL & VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

Each year, the Sheriff’s Office sponsors a Summer Recreation Program for area children ages 6 to 14. The camp is staffed by deputies and volunteers from the community.

D.A.R.E. (DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION)

This year, millions of school children around the world will benefit from D.A.R.E., the highly acclaimed program that gives kids the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence. D.A.R.E. was founded in 1983 in Los Angeles and has proven so successful that it is now being implemented in 75 percent of our nation’s school districts and in more than 43 countries around the world. D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives. The D.A.R.E. curriculum is designed to be taught by police officers whose training and experience gave them the background needed to answer the sophisticated questions often posed by young students about drugs and crime. Prior to entering the D.A.R.E. program, officers undergo 80 hours of special training in areas such as child development, classroom management, teaching techniques, and communication skills. Forty hours of additional training are provided to D.A.R.E. instructors to prepare them to teach the high school curriculum. D.A.R.E. is universally viewed as an internationally recognized model of community policing. The United States Department of Justice has identified how D.A.R.E. benefits local communities:

  • D.A.R.E. “humanizes” the police: that is, young people can begin to relate to officers as people
  • D.A.R.E. permits students to see officers in a helping role, not just an enforcement role
  • D.A.R.E. opens lines of communication between law enforcement and youth
  • D.A.R.E. officers can serve as conduits to provide information beyond drug-related topics
  • D.A.R.E. opens dialogue between the school, police, and parents to deal with other issues

CONTACT PERSON:
LT BYRON PARKER 985-369-8742

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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