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Sunset, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information
Sunset, Louisiana has a population of 2,897. The mayor as of 2018 is Charles A. James. His phone number is 337.662.5296. The town can be found in St. Landry Parish. It is part of the Opelousas–Eunice Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Charles A. James
211 Marie St.,
Sunset, LA 70584
There has been 13 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 227 to 1.
Sunset, Louisiana Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Sunset, Louisiana:
- The overall crime rate in Sunset is 41% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.62 daily crimes that occur in Sunset.
- Sunset is safer than 53% of the cities in the United States.
- In Sunset you have a 1 in 60 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Sunset has decreased by 5%.
The Sunset Police Department consists of Chief of Police Louie Padilla.; six commissioned full time police officers; four full time dispatchers; one full time secretary; and, twelve reserve officers. You may contact the Chief of Police, Louie Padilla., at 139 Castille Street, Sunset, LA 70584, or by phone: 337.662.5555, or by fax: 337.662.3912.
Sunset Police Department Address:
Louie Padilla, Chief of Police
139 Castille St.,
Sunset, LA 70584
Phone: 337.662.5555 or 911
Sunset, Louisiana Jail:
Address 1: 139 Castille St
Zip Code: 70584-6218
County: St Landry Parish
Phone #: 337-662-5555
Fax #: 337-662-3912
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2277
Number of Officers: 12
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Sunset, Louisiana
Bobby Guidroz, Sheriff
1592 E. Prudhomme Street,
Opelousas, LA 70570
The Patrol Department of the Office of Operational Services is led by Deputy Chief Paul J. DiCapo. The Patrol Department is responsible for responding to all complaints that come into the St Landry Parish Sheriff’s Department, patrolling parish roads, and conducting security checks on businesses both during operation and after hours, as well as security checks at residents. The main office as well as the parish’s four substations have patrolmen assigned 24/7.
The Sheriff’s Department has 40 patrol deputies and 5 resource officers. The Sheriff’s Department has 4 Levee Patrol Deputies. These deputies are equipped with 4-wheel drive trucks and ATV vehicles. Their main duties are to patrol the most rural parts of the parish where patrol cars may have trouble getting to, such as levees, hunting clubs, recreation areas and camps. They also handle complaints as needed.
Criminal Investigations Unit
The Criminal Investigations Unit serves the citizens of St. Landry Parish by providing initial and follow up in-depth investigation of felony and misdemeanor crimes.
Personnel assigned to the Criminal Investigations Unit are tasked and trained to perform investigative functions related to a full spectrum of assigned cases. Cases range from simple crimes against property to complex crimes against persons.
Our Special Needs Program ensures the proper and effective care and safety of your special needs loved ones. Complete this simple form and have your loved one entered into our system. This will help our deputies handle an encounter with someone with a disability properly. Anyone with Autism, Hearing or Speech Impairment, Blind or Vision Impairment, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, or any other special needs would benefit greatly from this program.
Evidence and Records
The Evidence Custodian is responsible for logging in and maintaining evidence as it pertains to the prosecution of crimes. The responsibilities of the custodian include ensuring that evidence is delivered to the appropriate testing facility and placed back into evidence to be presented to the courts. Additionally, they compose motions and orders presented to the district attorney’s office and the court for the disposal or release of evidence once it is no longer needed in any legal proceeding.
The Records Custodian is responsible for the safekeeping of all records to include but not limited to case reports, accident reports, and offense reports. The custodian also coordinates with the Secretary of State’s Office for the destruction or archiving of outdated files.
The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office takes an aggressive stance on combating the drug problems within our parish.
The new 24-hour drug hotline will record drug tips, however all callers will remain absolutely anonymous and confidential. Residents are urged to take advantage of this new tool in the war against drugs.