Sorrento, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information
Sorrento, Louisiana has a population of 1,401. The mayor as of 2018 is Michael Lambert. The town can be found in Ascension Parish. It is part of the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Sorrento Town Hall
PO BOX 65
8173 Main St.
Sorrento, Louisiana 70778
The crime index of Sorrento, as reported by a 2011 statistic, was 64.4. There has been 10 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 168 to 1.
Sorrento, Louisiana Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Sorrento, Louisiana:
- The overall crime rate in Sorrento is 50% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.87 daily crimes that occur in Sorrento.
- Sorrento is safer than 61% of the cities in the United States.
- In Sorrento you have a 1 in 71 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Sorrento has not changed.
The town’s Police Department, once responsible for serving and protecting this small Ascension Parish community for nearly 60 years, is officially closed for business. The town contracts with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office for police protection.
2384 Lemanville Cutoff Rd.
Donaldsonville, LA 70346
APSO Visitation Procedures
In order to visit an Inmate at the Ascension Parish Jail, you must comply with the following rules and regulations:
- You must have a valid State driver’s license or picture ID with your correct address.
- When traveling from out of state you must also present a valid out of state picture I.D. with correct address, when arriving at jail.
- Students under the age of 17 may use school ID or other picture ID.
- No electronic devices are allowed in the Main Lobby or Visitation areas. (examples: cell phones, tablets, etc.)
- Children must NOT be left unattended in the lobby or a vehicle unless under the supervision of an individual 17 years of age or older with a valid state issued ID or
- Driver’s License.
Sorrento, Louisiana Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Sorrento, Louisiana
Jeffrey F. Wiley, Sheriff
828 S. Irma Blvd.
Gonzales, LA 70737
Divisions And Units
The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office includes a number of divisions, each using innovative leadership and dedication when providing quality services to the residents of our area. Below is a listing of all divisions that make up the entirety of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Administrative Services Division is in charge of community outreach including, but not limited to, Communications, Neighborhood Watch Programs, Christmas Crusade for area children, and SALT (Seniors and Lawmen Working Together). The division also oversees extra duty details, registered sex offenders, and the employment process.
The Business Office has two locations, one located within the Gonzales Courthouse, and the other within the Donaldsonville Courthouse. At the Gonzales Courthouse citizens are able to pay their property taxes, pay fines, retrieve a copy of police and accident reports, background checks, and forfeitures. At the Donaldsonville Courthouse Business Office citizens are able to pay property taxes, pay fines, retrieve a copy of police and accident reports, and obtain background checks.
The Civil Office is responsible for seizure of property and movables generated by court actions, and service of civil documents that are issued by the court.
The men and women who serve in 9-1-1 Communications are responsible for maintaining the essential information link between the public and our law enforcement officers in the field.
The Corrections Division is comprised of the Parish Prison, Victim Notification, Visitation and Jail Release departments.
The Evidence Division is responsible for the tracking, storing, releasing, and disposing of articles of evidence.
The mission of the Criminal Investigation Division is to serve and protect the community through professional, impartial investigation of crimes and violent activity.
Investigative Support Division
The Ascension Parish Investigative Support Division is in charge of collecting, extracting, summarizing, analyzing and disseminating criminal intelligence data gathered from a variety of sources.
Juvenile Family Services
The Juvenile Family Services Division is comprised of the Juvenile and Domestic Violence Units and Family Services Crime Prevention.
The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit’s sole purpose is to combat illegal drug use and drug dealing within our community. We especially target those who traffic in illegal drugs and those who make drugs available to our youth.
Office of Public Information
The Office of Public Information prepares news releases, coordinates print and broadcast coverage of agency events and acts as the liaison between APSO and the local, state and national media at crime scenes and other activities that generate media interest. APSO Public Information Office provides automatic notification via email each time a news release is posted to our website and social media sites. After hours and on weekends, the public information officer is always on-call for emergencies and for significant breaking news events. The Office of Public Relations also handles all public records request.
Patrol Division is made up of marked units and motorcycles who respond to incidents of crime and traffic 24 hours a day. The Patrol Division is also responsible for School Security Officers in the Ascension Parish Public Schools.
Special Investigations provides investigative support to all divisions of the Sheriff’s Office as well as to a wide variety of other law enforcement agencies, including local, state and federal agencies. SIU provides investigative assistance on major crimes; including homicides, sexual assaults, robbery, serial crimes of violence and financial crimes. SIU also handles cold cases.
Training is an integral part of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. This Division handles all aspects of training, including weapons, while also alerting the public to changes in Rifle and Pistol Range safety regulations.
The Criminal Warrants Office of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the service of all criminal warrants and any other documents of arrest.
Crisis Response Team: (CRT)
The Crisis Response Team (CRT) is a highly trained, specially equipped unit designed to provide an organized response to uncommon threats, such as hostage situations, barricaded suspects, sniper incidents, and high risk warrant services.
Hazardous Materials/Emergency Response Team
The HAZ-MAT Team was developed with the purpose of responding to hazardous materials releases with a well equipped team with advanced training to protect life, property, and the environment. Team members are trained to directly intervene at the release of a hazardous material for rescue of contaminated individuals and to contain or otherwise control the negative effects of a release.
Reserve Police Officers are citizen volunteers who devote their time and effort toward creating a safer community.
The primary mission of the Water Patrol Unit is the patrol of Ascension Parish waterways. This includes the search, rescue, and recovery of victims involved in boating accidents in Ascension Parish. In addition they perform routine water-way inspections to ensure that boaters are following proper safety standards as required by state and federal laws.