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Let’s Clean Up the Neighborhood

Let’s Clean Up the Neighborhood

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, our community is a mess. It might seem a bit overwhelming, at this time, to tackle the litter problem in our neighborhoods, but even small efforts can lead to improvement for our local environment. Sheriff Mike Tregre, therefore, is...

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 Saluting Our Veterans

 Saluting Our Veterans

In observance of Veterans Day November 11, 2021, St. John Sheriff Mike Tregre and several of his fellow officers had the pleasure of paying tribute to veterans November 10, 2021 during a parade at the Southeast Louisiana War Veterans of Home in Reserve. Parish...

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Honoring First Responders at Blue Mass

Honoring First Responders at Blue Mass

Sheriff Mike Tregre and his officers with the St. John Parish Sheriff’s Office joined other parish first responders for a Blue Mass celebrated by Rev. David Ducote on November 9, 2021 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in LaPlace. “… We want to lift you up today …...

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SJSO Has Spook-tacular Time With Kids

SJSO Has Spook-tacular Time With Kids

Sheriff Mike Tregre and several fellow officers had a spook-tacular time October 28-29, 2021 during the parish's Drive-Thru Trunk or Treat at Regala Gym in Reserve and West St. John High School in Edgard. The SJSO was happy to join other St. John Parish government...

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SJSO Joins Gulf Coast Brotherhood Ride

SJSO Joins Gulf Coast Brotherhood Ride

St. John Parish Sheriff’s Deputies Brandon Nielsen and Jeremy Triche were among the officers honored October 7, 2021 during the 2021 Gulf Coast Brotherhood Ride, which is held annually to recognize first responders who died in the line of duty. Deputies Nielsen and...

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SJSO Observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

SJSO Observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Sheriff Mike Tregre and his officers are proud in pink as they observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mammograms are the...

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SJSO Meets with Communication Providers

SJSO Meets with Communication Providers

Following Hurricane Ida, representatives of the St. John Parish Sheriff’s Office and a major telecommunication company and a first responder wireless network provider, AT&T and FirstNet, respectively, met to discuss communication issues related to storm response....

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