Provencal, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Provencal, Louisiana has a population of 611. The mayor as of 2018 is Randy Dupree. His phone number is 318-617-5291. The village can be found in Natchitoches Parish. It is part of the Natchitoches Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Randy Dupree
P.O. Box 400
1968 Hwy 117 Provencal
Village of Provencal, LA 71468
Phone: 318-617-5291

There has been 1 registered sex offender living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 576 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is smaller than the state average.

Provencal, Louisiana Police Station Information

Facts about crime in Provencal, Louisiana:

  • The overall crime rate in Provencal is 87% higher than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 14.57 daily crimes that occur in Provencal.
  • Provencal is safer than 6% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Provencal you have a 1 in 19 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Provencal has decreased by 1%.

The Corrections Division of the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office administers the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center.

Housed at the Detention Center are persons arrested in Natchitoches Parish who have not yet been tried in court or released on bail. Additionally, the Corrections Division contracts with the Louisiana Department of Corrections and the U. S. Marshals Service to incarcerate offenders serving a state ordered sentence and Marshals Service detainees.

The Detention Center can house a maximum of five hundred sixty four (564) offenders and, when fully occupied, is staffed by up to ninety (90) corrections officers and five (5) medical officers.

Provencal, Louisiana Jail:

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Corrections Division

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Provencal, Louisiana

Victor Jones, Sheriff
200 Church Street
Natchitoches, LA 71457
Phone: (318) 352-6432

Community and Youth

Community Services Division

“Our work here has so many different avenues which leads us to serve in many capacities, whether it’s working with senior citizens, families in need, or the children,” said Chief Merry Byers.
The division works closely with the Patrol Division to receive reports and feedback from their operations to identify potential needs in the parish.

“On some occasions, the patrol deputies may let us know that there is a senior citizen who needs assistance and we can offer one of our senior citizens services to them,” said Byers.
There are many programs offered by the Community Services Division for senior citizens. The “Are You Ok” program is an automated phone service that contacts senior citizens each day at a designated time. The purpose of the program is to ensure the well-being of the citizen. When a call made goes answered, another attempt to reach the citizen happens shortly after, if that attempt is unsuccessful the Community Services Division receives notification and the Patrol Division will send out a deputy to the residence to conduct a welfare check of the citizen.
The Community Services Division of the NPSO is dedicated to serving the citizens of Natchitoches Parish. If you would like to participate in any of our citizen programs, contact the division at (318) 238-7550. If you would like more information on senior citizen services, contact Dep. Moreau at (318) 357-7802.

Youth Services Division

Supporting kids by providing them with opportunities to grow into productive young adults is the message of the Youth Services Division of the NPSO. With the active involvement of the Youth Services Division, kids in Natchitoches Parish can participate in many activities that are designed to instill positive values and character .

“We have so many programs to offer. We have something to engage kids at all ages and grade levels,” said Wendy Llorens, chief of the NPSO Youth Services Division. “Our mission is to help kids know that law enforcement officers are their friends and are here to help them in any way we can,” said Sheriff Victor Jones.

DARE Program

The DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program has been implemented at NPSO schools since 1990. The award winning program is a collaborative effort consisting of law enforcement, education and prevention science. The curriculum is taught by certified DARE Officers and is based on positive decision making and lessons that focus on communication and life skills. In 2015, over 1,300 students in the 5th and 7th grades graduated from the DARE program in Natchitoches Parish.

Teen Programs

Every June, the Youth Services Division hosts the NPSO Youth Leadership Camp. This 4 day, overnight camp allows students to learn leadership qualities by participating in activities that involve team building which also strengthens their character.

Supporting The Community

The Youth Services Division further supports our youth by participating in other community and state activities and events such as the Law Enforcement Torch Run, Red Ribbon Week, National Night Out, March of Dimes and Relay for Life. If you would like for information on youth services, contact (318) 357-2239.

Patrol and Communications

Patrol Division

The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office serves the citizens of Natchitoches Parish in many different areas of responsibility, with each having a unique focus on the overall mission of the office.

Perhaps the most visible division of the NPSO is the Patrol Division. The Patrol Division is responsible for the immediate and initial response to citizens’ calls for service by the NPSO.
In addition to responding to citizen calls, the Patrol Division travels on every road and highway in the parish during daily, and nightly, patrols. The result of the constant patrols provides a visible presence of the NPSO in every community.

Communications Division

The successful outcome of the actions performed by the NPSO deputies relies on their ability to receive, interpret and provide timely and effective communications. Whether the Patrol Division is responding to an emergency on a rural roadside or the Community Services Division providing the ‘Are You OK” program to senior citizens, the ability to effectively communicate internally or with the citizens is essential.

The NPSO Communications Division is responsible for managing the communications capabilities of the NPSO and also manages the Emergency 911 dispatch which receives citizens’ calls for emergency service.

Criminal Divisions

Criminal Investigations Division

The Criminal Investigations Division of the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office investigates criminal acts that occur outside of the jurisdictions of the municipalities of the parish. The division also provides investigative support and assistance, when requested, to other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

High Tech Crime Unit

In 2010, the NPSO established the High Tech Crime Unit, which was formed to investigate online crimes against children. Later, the unit expanded and now covers an expansive list of responsibilities. This dynamic unit continues to adapt to contemporary technologies to protect citizens who utilize electronic and social media in their everyday activities.

Task Force Division

In an ongoing and diligent effort to stop the flow of illegal drugs in Natchitoches Parish, the Natchitoches Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force was formed.
The Task Force is comprised of ten members from both the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Natchitoches Police Department.

Sex Offender Registry and Compliance

The NPSO monitors all registered sex offenders. Louisiana state law requires all convicted sex offenders residing in Louisiana to register with the sheriff within 3 days of their release or establishing residence in Louisiana if they are relocating from another state. Furthermore, within 21 days of release or relocation, the offender must notify the community including every resident within a 1/3 mile radius of the residence inside the city limits of a municipality and within a 1 mile radius elsewhere in the parish. Furthermore, they must also notify the superintendent of the school district and the landlord of the residence they are residing.

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