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Woodworth, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information
Woodworth, Louisiana has a population of 1,096. The mayor as of 2018 is Davis C. Butler II. His phone number is (318) 442-1284. The town can be found in Rapides Parish. This town is growing rapidly with a number of residential subdivisions under development. Woodworth is emerging as a bedroom community for nearby Alexandria, to the northeast. Louisiana State Senator Joe McPherson resides in Woodworth, as did the late State Representative R. W. “Buzzy” Graham, who operated an insurance agency in Alexandria.
Davis C. Butler II
9363 Hwy. US165 South
P.O. Box 228
Woodworth, LA 71485
Phone: (318) 442-1284
There has been 4 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 303 to 1.
Woodworth, Louisiana Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Woodworth, Louisiana:
- The overall crime rate in Woodworth is 60% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.13 daily crimes that occur in Woodworth.
- Woodworth is safer than 69% of the cities in the United States.
- In Woodworth you have a 1 in 88 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Woodworth has increased by 12%.
Woodworth Police Department Address:
9363 US Hwy 165 South
Woodworth, LA 71485
Phone: (318) 442-8980
Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office Correction Division is responsible for the care, custody and control of approximately 1,070 offenders throughout Rapides Parish. The division is divided into 6 separate departments.
Major – Doug Hollingsworth- (318) 484-5327
Corrections Investigator – Jay Slayter – (318) 442-9243
Reentry Program Coordinator – Lahoma Richardson – (318) 449-4378
Detention Center I houses 328 offenders and serves as an intake facility for Rapides Parish. It also houses Pre-trial detainees, Parish prisoners, Department of Corrections offenders, and offenders serving time for municipalities throughout Rapides Parish.
Money orders can be mailed to the address below or they can be brought in on visitation days. Personal property for an offender can be brought in on visitation days.
For information on a detainee’s bond, contact the on duty supervisor at (318) 473-6750.
Warden – Pat Ashley – (318) 449-5465
Assistant Warden – Gerald Carmouche (318) 449-5484
Secretary – Tara Smith – (318) 473-6816
Booking Desk – (318) 473-6750
Offender mail may be sent to:
P.O. Box 1551
Alexandria, LA 71309
Visitation hours are on Saturdays from 08:00 am – 11:30 am or 12:00pm – 3:30pm. Special visits and child visits must be pre-approved by the Warden’s office as well as all pastoral visits.
Detention Center II
Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office DC-2 facility currently houses 200 offenders who provide contract labor for State, Parish and local public agencies.
Warden – Mac Dyess – (318) 449-4360
Asst. Warden – Kenneth Ferrell Sr.- (318) 449-4360
Offender mail may be sent to:
Rapides Parish Detention Center II
400 B John Allison Dr.
Alexandria, LA 71303
Offenders housed at DC-II will be responsible for notifying family members of visitation times and dates.
Detention Center III
This facility houses approximately 381 sentenced offenders.
Money orders can be mailed to the address below or can be brought in during business hours, Mon-Fri 8:00-4:30.
Woodworth, Louisiana Jail:
Open Records Request in Woodworth, Louisiana
In Louisiana, anyone 18 years or older has the right to examine, copy or obtain a copy of a public record (unless specifically exempted) of any public body, including state, parish or municipal agency or board. Generally, anything “having been used, being in use or prepared” for use in the conduct of public business is a public record, regardless of physical form. Public records include such things as drafts of documents, statistics, maps, letters, memos, budget requests, budgets, tapes, electronic data, payrolls, certain retirement information and tax assessment rolls. The public records law does, however, exempt certain records.
To request records from the Town of Woodworth, click here. Please fill out the form below and fax to (318)487-6110 or email to email@example.com.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Woodworth, Louisiana
William Earl Hilton, Sheriff
700 Murray St.,
Alexandria, LA 71301
Criminal Investigations Divisions
to serve the citizens of Rapides Parish, to help handle any problems that might arise in the parish. We have detectives on call 24 hours a day seven days a week to investigate criminal activity.
- Criminal Investigators
- Juvenile Investigators
- Crime Stopper
- Computer Crimes
- Sex Crime
- Sex Offenders Registry
- Crime Victims’ Reparations Advocate
Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office takes all online tips through the Crime Stoppers tip line. Crime Stoppers has a secure online reporting system through a web site called TipSoft. This is a secure web site where all tips submitted are encrypted and anonymous. Your online tip will be assigned a number just like calling the Tip line.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office Training Division offers a variety of training to law enforcement agencies as well as to the general public from our surrounding communities. The Sheriff’s Office has always had on-going training for the deputies who serve in our communities. But our official training academy was formed under Sheriff William Earl Hilton on January 20, 1999. It is located at 150 Sheriff’s Range Road in Alexandria, LA off I-49 at exit 90. The training academy is home of the Regional Corrections Academy, working as a satellite location under the Alexandria City Police Charter as the Regional Basic Police Academy. The Sheriff’s Office Training Academy takes the Basic Academy to a new level, providing a range with extensive firearms and officer’s survival training giving opportunity for surrounding agencies to get the training needed to fulfill the obligations of their departments by putting better trained law enforcement personnel into our communities.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office (RPSO) serves a population of approximately 132,000 people.
The Uniform division of RPSO has approximately 10 different sections within the department. The Patrol section covers all areas of Rapides parish both inside and outside of all municipalities. These patrols are performed from the main office and six substations that cover the entire parish.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office has 60 School Resource Officers stationed throughout Rapides Parish schools. Every elementary, middle and senior high school in the parish has a School Resource Officer, including the private schools. Their primary responsibility is the safety of the students and faculty.
This department has the primary responsibility of serving all non-criminal court papers in Rapides Parish. This includes processing all writs, executing judgments, seizure and sale, all protective orders and civil warrants. Currently we serve an average of 500-600 court papers per week. If you have filed a suit and need service information, please contact us at (318) 473-6736.
Criminal Records Department
The Criminal Records Section houses all criminal and traffic reports that are prepared by the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office. Criminal Records is a part of the Criminal Investigation Division. Copies of Initial Criminal Reports as well as Traffic Reports are available by request. Requests can be submitted in writing or in person. We provide local criminal background checks for job applicants and employers. We also fingerprint Tuesday through Thursday from 8:30 to 3:30.