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Sheriff Mike Tregre was joined by Governor John Bel Edwards and several elected officials statewide on April 30, 2021 to celebrate the grand opening of the St. John Parish Sheriff’s Office’s new Lloyd B. Johnson Law Enforcement Training Center at 947 Cambridge Drive in LaPlace.

New 2022 Public Safety Complex

St. John Parish opened a new public safety complex in April 2022 to increase police, fire and medical presence on the west bank.

Sgt. Jonathan Walker Receives 2021 Deputy Sheriff Valor Award

Sgt. Jonathan Walker was named the recipient of the Louisiana Sheriffs Association’s 2021 Deputy Sheriff Valor Award. Michael Ranatza, LSU executive director, presents the award. With them is Sheriff Mike Tregre.

SJSO's SWAT Tactical Training Facility

The SJSO’s SWAT team opened a new tactical training facility, in memory of Captain Octavio “Ox” Gonzalez, in August 2022.

National Read Across America Day

In celebration of National Read Across America each year, Sheriff Mike Tregre and officers enjoy reading and to students at local elementary schools.

Stemming an Uptick in Gun Violence

A recent initiative aimed at stemming an uptick in gun violence in St. John the Baptist Parish resulted in almost two dozen firearms taken off the streets as well as several arrests, Sheriff Mike Tregre has announced.

Learning about Drones at the Academy

A session on drones and robotics is among the highlights of the SJSO Citizens Academy.

St John the Baptist Parish
Sheriff’s Office

1801 West Airline Hwy.
LaPlace, Louisiana 70068
Phone (985) 652-9513

Emergency: Dial 911

Sheriff Michael Tregre

Sheriff Michael Tregre

Led by Sheriff Mike Tregre, the office proudly serves St. John the Baptist ParishLouisiana.  This office is responsible for enforcing the laws of Louisiana within St. John the Baptist Parish, as well as maintaining the St. John Parish Correctional Facility


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St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office52 minutes ago
Sheriff Mike Tregre once again reminds citizens to lock their vehicles.
The solution to preventing vehicle break-ins and thefts is a simple one -- LOCK YOUR VEHICLES.
And, remove all valuables from your vehicles. Don’t give thieves an opportunity to steal from you.
In 90 percent of vehicle burglaries, the vehicles are unlocked, leading to valuables being stolen from vehicles, Sheriff Tregre said. In rare instances where forced entry was made, like a window being broken, an item of value was easily seen from the outside.
Criminals look for easy targets and often attempt to burglarize unsecured vehicles. In most of the cases, the thieves are on video going from vehicle to vehicle in parking lots or neighborhoods, checking door handles for unlocked vehicles. By locking your vehicle and removing valuables, residents have a much better chance of not being a victim of vehicle burglary and theft.
Also, remind your friends, family and neighbors to make sure their vehicles are locked.
Here are a few other reminders to prevent vehicle burglaries:
Keep your valuables, especially guns, out of sight or locked in the trunk.
Don’t store valuables in the obvious places such as a console or glove compartment.
Roll up the windows and lock your car when you park.
Park your car in a busy and well-lit area.
Use alarms or anti-theft devices, whenever possible.
Don’t leave your keys in your vehicle.
If you see someone or something suspicious, call 911.
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office3 hours ago
Detectives Investigate Shooting

Detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred on Thursday, December 1, 2022, around 10 p.m., that left a man injured.
Through investigation, officers learned the 25-year-ol male victim was driving in the Dutch Bayou area of Reserve where a vehicle pulled up next to him, and a subject started firing gunshots at his vehicle. The victim was shot and drove to a local hospital where he was treated for a gunshot wound and released.
Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office TIPS line at 985-359-TIPS (8477) or Det. Bryon Smith at 985-359-8763 or Det. Katie Evans at 985-359-8776.
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office1 day ago
Click link to view St. John arrests of November 30, 2022.
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office
St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Click link to view St. John arrests of November 29, 2022.