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 is Sheriff Tony Mancuso congratulating Deputy Candance Mitchell after she was recently promoted to Lieutenant in the Corrections Division.
Sheriff Tony Mancuso announces that Sophia Touchet has been named the recipient of the academic scholarship from the Louisiana Sheriff's Scholarship Program for the 2020-2021 school year.
She will graduate from Sulphur High School and has plans to attend McNeese State University.
Pictured is Deputy Josh Ledoux being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after he was recently promoted to Sergeant.
Pictured is Sheriff Tony Mancuso congratulating Deputy Thomas Poore after he was recently promoted to Sergeant.
Congratulations to Deputy Joe Tartaglia, who was recently promoted to Lieutenant. He is pictured below with Sheriff Tony Mancuso.
Congratulations to Deputy Mike Walker, who was recently promoted to Captain. He is pictured with Sheriff Tony Mancuso.
Congratulations to Deputy Brianni Phelps, who was recently promoted to Lieutenant in the Communications Division. She is pictured with Sheriff Tony Mancuso.
Congratulation to Sr. Cpl. Cameron Hicks. He was recognized earlier today by Louisiana Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for his efforts to curb drunk driving. Sr. Cpl. Hicks made over 25 DWI arrests in 2020.
He is pictured with Sheriff Tony Mancuso and Mrs. Barbara Dartez with MADD.
In January, Sgt. Nathan McKee was working off duty security at a local grocery store in Lake Charles when he was approached by a man shortly after the store had closed.
During his conversation with the individual Sgt. McKee learned he was having issues with a prepaid phone that was bought from the store. The man also advised Sgt. McKee the phone was the only way he stayed in contact with his family.
Although the store was closed, Sgt. McKee took it upon himself to go inside and speak with a employee, who allowed the man to go inside and buy another sim card for his phone. Sgt. McKee also paid for the sim card himself, once he learned the only form of payment the individual had could not be accepted at that time.
McKee is shown below being congratulated by Sheriff Tony Mancuso after receiving a Commendation Pin for going above and beyond the call of duty.
Way to go Sgt. McKee!