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Lafayette, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Lafayette, Louisiana is in Lafayette Parish and is the county seat of the parish. According to the 2016 estimated census, the population was 129,626. Lafayette is located along the Vermilion River in the southwestern part of Louisiana. Lafayette is the fourth-largest city in the state and the principal city of Lafayette, Louisiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Lafayette is known as The Hub City.

Lafayette was named for General Lafayette, a French aristocrat who fought and aided the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. The economy of the city is based on agriculture. In 1940 oil was discovered in the parish and petroleum and natural gas are important.

Lafayette is the center of Acadiana, the area of Cajun and Louisiana Creole culture. The was developed by the relocation of Acadians after their expulsion by the British from eastern Canada in the late 18th century following France’s defeat in the Seven Years’ War.

Lafayette is home to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, part of the University of Louisiana System. This is the second largest university in the state and has an enrollment of about 7,508. Lafayette also is the headquarters of Acadian Ambulance and South Louisiana community College which offers EMT Basic and Paramedic certification.
Lafayette is the headquarters of the consolidation of city and parish government. The head of the parish is a president and is held by Joel Robideaux. Lafayette is home to the National Guard headquarters of the 256th Infantry Brigade a unit of more than 3,000 soldiers. Lafayette is also home to the United State Marine Corps Reserve Unit, F. Co. Anti-Terrorism Battalion.

Lafayette, Louisiana
Joel Robideaux, President
1400 NW Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, LA 70501-2829
Phone: 800-346-1958

Lafayette Travel Website
Lafayette Consolidated Facebook

The crime index in Lafayette, LA is 369.8 crimes to 100,000 residents. This makes Lafayette 86.3% higher in crime compared to other US cities. In 2016 there were 11 murders, 19 rapes, 148 robberies, 463 assaults, 1,025 burglaries, 5,013 thefts, 379 auto thefts, and 22 arsons.
There are 208 registered sex offenders living in Lafayette as of September 2018. The ratio of residents in Lafayette to the number of sex offenders is 610 to 1.

Lafayette, Louisiana Police Department

The Lafayette police Department is dedicated to serve the community with a sense of courage, dedication, compassion, and integrity. The PD delivers professional police services effectively and efficiently . The PD works to make a difference everyday through positive interaction with the citizens of Lafayette.

As of 2016, there were 257 police officers in Lafayette. Officers per 1,000 residents is 1.99.
The divisions in the department include criminal investigations, K(, public information, school resource officers, mounted patrol unit, swat, and the traffic unit.
Lafayette LA Police Department
Toby Aguillard, Chief of Police
900 E. University Avenue
Lafayette, LA 70502
Phone: 337-291-8600

Lafayette Police Dept

Lafayette, Louisiana Records Requests
To request records from the city/county, contact:
Lafayette, Louisiana
City Clerk
1400 NW Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, LA 70501-2829
Phone: 800-346-8200

For Police Records, contact:

Lafayette LA Police Department
Toby Aguillard, Chief of Police
900 E. University Avenue
Lafayette, LA 70502
Phone: 337-291-8600

Lafayette Louisiana Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Department

As Lafayette Parish continues to become the community of choice for new residents and businesses, the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office will be a model agency for public safety as we lead the law enforcement community by example in our actions as well as by community partnerships built on a foundation of public service and trust.

Divisions in the SO include, administration, corrections, support, patrol and enforcement. There are about 750 sworn and unsworn employees in the SO.

Lafayette LA Sheriff’s Office
Mark Garber, Sheriff
316 W Main Street
Lafayette, Louisiana
Phone: 337-232-9211
Fax: 337-236-5679

Lafayette Parish Sheriff
Lafayette Parish Sheriff Facebook

Lafayette Parish Corrections Division
There are over 450 Employees who work at the six locations of the Corrections Division.
Lafayette Parish Correctional Center
916 Lafayette St
Lafayette La,
Community Corrections Center
100 Poydras (in the former J. Wallace James Elementary School)
LAPCORR Inmate Industries
310 Raggio Road
Transitional Work Program
1825 W Will
Scott, LA
Youth Program
100 Poydras, Community Corrections Center

Visits to a any of the corrections facilities can be in person or by the use of a remote video visitation process. Each inmate receives two free visits per week which must be scheduled by the inmate only. All visitors and volunteer must comply with the dress code, be subject to search and have a state ID. Offenders can only have a maximum of five visitors per offender.

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