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4/27/2017 - 2017 Crime Stoppers Award Banquet

4/22/2015 - Crime Stoppers Award and Installation Banquet

Lafayette Crime Stoppers 32nd Banquet was held on April 22, 2015 at the Petroleum Club.  The guest speaker for the event was District Attorney Keith Stutes. 

District Attorney Keith Stutes


Many awards were given to outstanding Officers and Deputies through out the Parish. The following awards were given out:

Cpl Heather Martin

Lafayette Police Department Cpl Heather Martin

Deputy Marshal Nathan Broussard

City Marshals Office - Deputy Marshal Nathan Broussard

Lafayette Sheriff Department - Detective John Shea

Detective Mike Fincher

Lafayette Sheriff Department Detective Mike Fincher

Cpl  Andres Gonzalez

Broussard Police Department - Cpl Andres Gonzalez

Officer Adrian Willis

Carencro Police Department - Officer Adrian Willis

POFC Larry Isadore

Youngsville Police Department - Officer Scott Bernard

Officer Gabriel Courville & Officer Travis Blanchard

ULL Police Department

Officer Travis Blanchard & Officer Gabriel Courville

POFC Larry Isadore

Scott Police Department - POFC Larry Isadore

Coordinator Paul Mouton presenting Vermillion Sheriff Officer award for Deputy Allen Bares to his family.


Some of the Lafayette Crime Stoppers Award Recipients for 2015

Our Coordinators along with Sgt Greg Randell who gave the Invocation and Benediction for the Banquet.


Another Successful Lafayette Crime Stoppers Banquet.

See you again in 2016................................



11/1/2014 - Crime Stopper Banner
Click to Enlarge Lafayette Crime Stoppers Banner

10/28/2014 - Trick or Treat Times


National Night Out Against Crime

On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, residents throughout Lafayette Parish are invited to join forces with the Lafayette Police Department, the Lafayette Sheriff`s Office, The Lafayette Fire Department and thousands of communities nationwide for the "Annual National Night Out." This unique crime prevention event will be held between the hours of 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm at the Girard Park Pavilion and Martin Luther King Center.

This event will include music, entertainment, fun jumps, food, games and displays by the Lafayette Fire Department, the Lafayette Sheriff`s Office, the Lafayette Police Department SWAT Team, Horse Patrol, Motorcycle Unit, Bicycle Patrol and the Police Command Bus. Target, a corporate sponsor for the event, will have employees on hand to assist with the event.

"National Night Out" is the nation`s largest annual crime prevention event with over 37 million people in 15,000 communities from all fifty states participating with their local law enforcement agencies. It is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for the participation in local anti-crime efforts: strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships throughout the city and send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

There will be events held in at Girard Park, and the Martin Luther King Center in Lafayette, as well as in the City of Broussard. All events are free to the public.

The Lafayette Sheriff`s Office and the Lafayette Police Department are extending an invitation to the Community to join us in this unique celebration.

4/23/2014 - Crime Stoppers Installation Banquet

The Lafayette Crime Stoppers Banquet was held on April 23, 2014 at the Petroleum Club.  The guest speaker for the event was Colonel Michael Edmonson with the Louisiana State Police.  Many awards were given to outstanding Officers and Deputies through out the Parish. 

Some of the Awards

Lafayette Police Department:       Agent Jason Herpin

Lafayette Sheriff Department:      Detective Mike Fincher

Broussard Police Department:      Cpl Greg Stanonis

Carencro Police Department:        Detective Blake Soileau

Scott Police Department:               POFC Brun Lavergne

ULL Police Department:               Sgt Mike Lasalle & K9 Pepper

ULL Sgt Lasalle & K9 Pepper

Lafayette City Marshals Office: US Marshals Violent Task Force

Vermillion Parish S.O.     Special Response Team

Sgt Kevin Hebert, Sgt James Gleason, Lt. Rayman Thibodeaux, Sgt Zack Primeaux, Deputy Rick Sarsfield, Deputy Cassidy Falcon, Major Ron Sonnier, Captain Drew David, Sgt Cody Waldmann, Lt. Sammy Laporte, Deputy Matt Fontenot and Deputy David Trahan

A special award was also given to Mr. Mike Barras who served on our Board of Directors from 1994-2013.

Mr Mike Barras

The new Lafayette Crime Stoppers Board of Directors were also installed for 2014.



4/1/2014 - Billboard

Here is a picture of the new Crime Stoppers billboard put up near the Lafayette Police Departments newest Precinct.

Crime Stoppers




Cpl Sices with Captain Crime Stopper

Lafayette Parish law enforcement agencies are inviting the public to join them tonight at four parishwide events geared toward community crime prevention.

National Night Out, the nation’s largest crime prevention event, is held in 15,000 communities in all 50 states to encourage police and community partnerships, local officials said.

“It’s a way that we can connect with the community and the community can connect with itself,” Lafayette Police Department spokesman Cpl. Paul Mouton said.

“I think the most important thing about National Night Out is that the neighbors can get back to knowing who their neighbors are. That in itself is a big help to law enforcement as far as for crime prevention.”

The events will feature SWAT teams, horse patrol, motorcycle units, bicycle patrols and the Lafayette Police command bus. There will also be music, fun jumps, food and games, Mouton said.

The events will be held in Girard Park, Martin Luther King Center and in Broussard and Duson. Authorities will be on hand to talk to residents about crime concerns in their neighborhoods, Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Craig Stansbury said.

“It helps us come together and exchange information and ideas,” Stansbury said. “We are all pulling for a common goal, and obviously, when the community has its eyes and ears open in conjunction with law enforcement, that makes us so much more effective.”

8/1/2013 - Trikke purchased for Scott Police Department

The Lafayette Crime Stoppers recently purchased a TRIKKE to be used by the Resource Officer at Acadiana High School in Scott La.  This TRIKKE will be used as a tool for the Officer to be more visible at school and to be able to patrol the parking lots and the school areas more efficiently.  This will allow for a faster response time from the officer when a situation arises on campus.

See School Program Tab for a video of the TRIKKE being used in the school.




4/24/2013 - Officers honored at Lafayette Crime Stoppers Banquet

30th Annual Crime Stoppers Banquet

The Lafayette Crime Stoppers Installation Banquet was held in April 2013 at the Petroleum Club where several Officers from different agencies were honored.

Twenty-one (21) law enforcement officer from five agencies were also recognized for bringing a conclusion to the case of a missing Lafayette woman Mickey Shunick.  The task force included members of the Lafayette Police Department, Lafayette Parish Sheriff`s Office, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Police Department, the FBI and Louisiana State Police. 

 Honored for their work in 2012 was:


Detective Casey Barfield of the Lafayette Parish Sheriff Department

Detective Casey Barfield



Cpl Jeffery Credeur with the Broussard Police Department

Detective Jeff Credeur




 Officer Tory Miller with the Carencro Police Department

Officer Tory Miller



Lt. Orlando Calhoun with the Scott Police Department

Lt. Orlando Calhoun



With the Lafayette City Marshal`s Office:

Deputy Jeffery S. Mahler
Deputy Shane Duplechin
Deputy Dean H.P. Morgan
Deputy Allan D. Roger




Shunick Task Force


Chairman Dud Lastrapes gave a special Award was given to Sgt Mark Francis, who will be transferred to another department within the Lafayette City Police Department



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