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.
David Doucett started his career at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office in 1999 as a Correctional Deputy for 3 years.
Doucett worked in the Patrol Division from 2002 to 2010. He was transferred to the Detectives Division where he worked in Sex Crimes, CRD, and Vehicle Crimes.
In March 2018, Doucett was transferred to the Calcasieu Sheriff's Prison. He is shown here being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after being promoted to Lieutenant.
Anitra Eaglin joined the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office in 1998 where she worked as a dispatcher in the Communications Division, being promoted to shift Sergeant in 2000, until 2002.
After being transferred to Safe School, where she worked as a School Resource Officer until 2013, she was transferred to the Civil Division, where she currently works as a process server.
She is shown here being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after being promoted to Lieutenant in March 2018.
Edwardo Borda started his career at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office in 1999 as a Correctional Deputy for 2 years.
Borda worked in the Patrol Division from 2001 to 2004. In July 2004, he was transferred to the Narcotics Division where Borda remained for the latter part of his career. He was promoted to Sr. Sergeant in the Vehicle Crimes Investigation Unit in March 2017.
In February 2018, Borda was promoted to Lieutenant over VICE and the Vehicle Crimes Investigation Unit. He is shown here being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after being promoted to Lieutenant.
On December 18 at approximately 10:00 a.m. Sgt. Kyle Miers, who works in the CPSO Marine Division, was patrolling the Calcasieu Ship Channel near Bayou D'Inde.
During his patrol he observed a kayaker fishing in the middle of the channel. Sgt. Miers made contact with the man and then continued on his patrol. Sgt. Miers had idled approximately 300 yards away from the kayaker at which time he decided to go back and check on him.
While Sgt. Miers was turning his vessel around he witnessed the man flip his kayak and go overboard. When Sgt. Miers reached the victim he observed his life jacket had almost completely slipped off and he was struggling to keep his head above the water due to having on rubber boots that were filling up with water. Sgt. Miers was able to rescue the victim from the water and pull him aboard the CPSO vessel.
He is pictured with Sheriff Tony Mancuso receiving a Challenge Coin for going above and beyond the call of duty.