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Youngsville, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information
Youngsville, Louisiana has a population of 8,105. The mayor as of 2018 is Ken Ritter. His phone number is 337.856.4181. The city can be found in Lafayette Parish. It is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area.
305 Iberia Street
Youngsville, LA 70592
There has been 20 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 548 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is smaller than the state average.
Youngsville, Louisiana Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Youngsville, Louisiana:
- The overall crime rate in Youngsville is 40% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.7 daily crimes that occur in Youngsville.
- Youngsville is safer than 52% of the cities in the United States.
- In Youngsville you have a 1 in 59 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Youngsville has increased by 22%.
“Our goal is very simple. it is to provide every citizen of youngsville with quality law enforcement twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
Every deputy within this division has to understand that in the race for quality, there is no finish line.
This means that all of our officers must strive to excel in every area of their assigned duties, to give one hundred percent every day.
We must possess honor, integrity, compassion and dedication. we must also be willing to go the extra mile without reservation.
We are the front line in the fight against crime, and the backbone of our department.
as such, we must not fail in our endeavor to provide fair, impartial, and quality law enforcement to the citizens that we serve.”
Divisions and Units
The Administration Office is located within the Youngsville Police Department office. Citizens are able to pay their fines and retrieve a copy of police reports and accident reports. Citizens are also able to walk in and file a criminal report during business hours.
Patrol Division is made up of marked police units who respond to incidents of crime and traffic 24 hours a day. The Patrol Division is also responsible for extra patrols when requested by a citizen or business.
The mission of the Criminal Investigation Division is to serve and protect the community through professional, impartial investigation of crimes and violent activity. The Criminal Investigation Division also investigates cold cases and shares information with the local, state and federal agencies.
The Traffic Division is made up of marked police units and motorcycles who respond to minor and major traffic accidents. The Traffic Division also investigates all hit and runs. Traffic also handles all special requests, including traffic related problems.
The Youngsville Police Department 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.
The Youngsville Police Department Community Liaison Officer’s sole purpose is to interact with the elderly, local businesses and the homeowners associations. By visiting with the community on a daily basis, the Community Liaison Officer can bring back the needs of the community to the Command Staff to better serve.
The Internal Affairs Division investigates all complaints that the citizens may have regarding an officer or any policy violations that an officer may have violated.
The Crime Scene Division is a unit that is called to collect and record evidence for investigations/prosecution in a crime. This division is a valuable asset in solving crimes.
The Criminal Warrants Office of the Youngsville Police Department is responsible for the service of all criminal warrants and any other documents of arrest.
Training is an integral part of the Youngsville Police Department. This Division handles all aspects of training, including weapons, first aid, self-defense, legal update and all required yearly training mandated by POST. Our training division also provides free training to the citizens.
The Youngsville Magistrate Court holds traffic court, some misdemeanor offences and city ordinance violations once a month. Magistrate Court is held at Youngsville City Hall.
Youngsville Police Department Address:
Rickey Boudreaux, Chief of Police
P.O. Box 310
304 4th St
Phone: (337) 856-5931
Fax: (337) 856-4904
Lafayette Parish Correctional Center
916 Lafayette Street
Lafayette, LA 70501
The mission of the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center is to provide quality cost effective management of the offenders within the system, while building skill sets that will successfully re-integrate the offenders back into society. We shall complete this mission by:
- Providing quality evidence-based practices that are known to be effective
- Starting the reintegration process as early as possible
- Requiring all able bodied inmates to work and/or participate in programming
LPCC processes approximately 12,000 arrestees each year, providing the city and other local municipalities with booking, identification and inmate housing services. LPCC’s rated bed capacity is 814. The average number of inmates housed in LPCC during 2005 was 770.
LPCC is a small city within Lafayette Parish. The facility houses a full service kitchen, laundry facilities, GED services, job-seeking education, counseling services, religious services, recreation, social visiting, commissary, library, and mail distribution. LPCC also facilitates several work crews that provide services within the community.
This facility has transitioned to expand offender visitation availability by allowing the additional use of a new remote video visitation process provided by Telmate. This new visitation technology will allow for more visits at more times without the need to travel to the Visitation Center. It does not replace the current onsite visit process, but opens up the availability to visit from a remote site using the internet.
First time visitors must be verified with the Telmate system before visiting with an offender. To become verified, visit or access a Telmate kiosk
Visitors may now visit with offenders in the following two ways:
Onsite: From the Visitation Center located at the LPSO Community Corrections Campus at 100 Poydras St.
Onsite visiting hours are from 10:00 am – 7:00 pm Tuesday through Friday; and 10:00 am -4:00 pm on Saturdays. Visitation is closed on Sunday and Monday. Adult visitors must have a state recognized ID to visit. The maximum number of visitors per offender at a monitor is one (1) adult, and two (2) juvenile visitors at a time. Our space is limited, so we allow a maximum of five (5) visitors including children per offender. All visitors and volunteers shall comply with the dress code for visitors and volunteers. The dress code shall be strictly enforced.
In order to maintain a quiet and safe visiting area for all members of the public, the Visitation Center has rules that are posted both at the center. Visitors will be held responsible for the actions of any child under their supervision. A posted dress code is strictly enforced. Food or drinks are not permitted inside of the Visitation Center. If a visitor violates any rule or is disruptive in any manner during visitation, the visitor will be asked to leave and may be banned from the facility for six (6) months.
Youngsville, Louisiana Jail:
Address 1: 600 Young St
Zip Code: 70592-5500
County: Lafayette Parish
Phone #: 337-856-5931
Fax #: 337-856-4904
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2800
Number of Officers: 6
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Youngsville, Louisiana
Mark Garber, Sheriff
Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office
316 West Main Street
Lafayette, La. 70501
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office consists of five divisions whose duties range from
- Enforcement to Tax Collection.
- Administrative Services
- Support Services