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Stanley, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information
Stanley, Louisiana has a population of 107. The mayor as of 2018 is Sharon Fletcher. The village can be found in DeSoto Parish. It is part of the Shreveport–Bossier City Metropolitan Statistical Area.
13595 Highway 84
Logansport. Louisiana 71049-2209
Stanley, Louisiana Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Stanley, Louisiana:
- The overall crime rate in Stanley is equal to the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 0 daily crimes that occur in Stanley.
- Stanley is safer than 98% of the cities in the United States.
- In Stanley you have a chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Stanley has not changed.
Inmate visitation is according to the following schedule:
Cell Block #300 (Female inmates) – Fridays, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Cell Blocks #400, #500, & #700 – Saturdays, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Cell Block #600 – Saturdays, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cell Block #200 – Saturdays, 2:0 0PM to 4:00 PM
Cell Block #100 – Sundays, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
The following items may be brought to inmates. These are the only items allowed to enter the jail. All other items may be purchased by the inmate from the commissary. There will be no exceptions unless granted by the Warden or Jail Nurse. All items must be in the original packaging material in which they were purchased. No items will be accepted unless on visitation days or otherwise approved. Space, Health, & Safety Considerations make limiting items necessary!
- 3 T-shirts (white)
- 3 Pairs of Underwear (white)
- 3 Pairs of Socks (white)
- 3 Cassette Tapes (tapes MUST be clear, inmate must turn in old tapes before receiving new ones)
- Money Orders (NO checks or cash) must be in by 12:00 PM Mondays, sent by mail or brought on the inmate’s scheduled visitation day.
Stanley, Louisiana Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Stanley, Louisiana
Jayson Richardson, Sheriff
205 Franklin St.
Mansfield, LA 71052
Phone: (318) 872-3956
Dispatchers are responsible for taking calls and relaying all necessary information to a Patrol Deputy in order for them to respond to a call.
They are also responsible for tracking the location of each Patrol Deputy on shift; this is for the protection of each deputy, and assures that backup units can be dispatched as quickly as possible.
The DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office currently has six full time dispatchers. Four are assigned to the central dispatch location in Mansfield, and one is assigned to the Logansport Sub-Station. There is one relief dispatcher that works as needed. There is one supervisor over all dispatchers.
All major calls for service are dispatched through central communications. The shifts are twelve hours and run from 6AM to 6PM.
The investigations division is responsible for a majority of criminal investigations in the Parish. Investigators work an assortment of cases, including but not limited to simple battery, theft, fraud, burglary, narcotics, and child molestation. If you need to report a crime or follow up on a case, please contact our office at (318) 872-3956.
The Special Services division handle many sometimes overlooked aspects of our office. This division includes deputies who act as bailiff’s at court, automotive technicians that take care of the maintenance of our vehicle fleet, school resource officers, the D.A.R.E. program, and sex offender registry within the Parish.
Special Weapons and Tactics Unit
The DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office, Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) Team is notified. S.W.A.T. is a group of highly trained and specially equipped deputies that are on call twenty four hours a day, 365 days a year. They can be deployed and fully operational anywhere in the parish in less than an hour.
S.W.A.T. was organized in late 1993, by former Chief Deputy Andy Anderson, under the administration of Sheriff Hugh Bennett. By 1994 S.W.A.T. was fully staffed and operational. During this time training was received from The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office as well as the Broward County (FL.) Sheriff’s Office. The main purpose of S.W.A.T. during its early days was mostly High Risk Narcotics Search Warrants. Currently S.W.A.T. is staffed with deputies from all Divisions of the Sheriff’s Office including Patrol, Investigations, Corrections, and Court Security. All team members attend a Basic “S.W.A.T.” school that is sanctioned by the Louisiana Tactical Police Officers Association. All team members are cross-trained in various aspects of S.W.A.T. operations. Specialized training for the team now comes from a wide variety of sources including local, state, and federal agencies. Some team members have also received training from former United States Army “Delta”, Los Angeles P.D. S.W.A.T., as well as former Russian Special Forces (Spetznas).
S.W.A.T. trains multiple times monthly to ensure they are prepared to assist The DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office and any other requesting law enforcement agency with a tactical response to a critical incident. These incidents include, but are not limited to Hostage Rescue, Barricaded Gunman, Active Shooter, Fugitive Apprehension, High Risk Warrant Service, and Personal Protection.
The DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office recognizes that the presence of highly trained specially equipped tactical unit has been shown to substantially reduce the risk of injury or loss of life to citizens, deputies and suspects. It is for this purpose that the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office proudly maintains the Special Weapons and Tactics Team.