We are proud of the deputies who work so hard to help make Calcasieu Parish a safe place to live. It is my belief we have one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the state. The men and women of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office are highly skilled professionals committed to their jobs and to the people they serve.
Pictured below is Deputies Cody and Tori Wolfe being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after receiving Challenge Coins for going above and beyond the call of duty.
In August Cody and Tori were having dinner at a local restaurant when they noticed a man at another table that was possibly having some medical issues. When Tori approached the man she observed him to have no pulse and immediately started CPR. Within minutes the man was coherent and responding. Cody called an ambulance and both he and Tori stayed with the man until medical personnel arrived.
Pictured below is CPSO Lt. Beth McGee and detectives Travis Mier, Randall Ravia, Travis Lavergne, Casey Lafargue and Jerod Abshire. They are pictured with Sheriff Tony Mancuso after being congratulated for receiving Certificates of Appreciation from the U.S. Department of Justice for their assistance to the FBI in an investigation and successful prosecution of a suspect for federal kidnapping & child sex offenses.
Congratulations & great work!
Sgt. Nathan McKee and his K-9, Rudy, were awarded the Patrol Case of the 2nd Quarter of 2019 from the National Police Canine Association.
Sgt. McKee and Rudy were recognized for their apprehension of a suspect who was wanted for carjacking. The suspect led deputies on a vehicle pursuit and short foot pursuit into a wooded area, where he was ultimately taken into custody.
Keep up the good work guys!