Commander of Civil & Law Enforcement Centers | Email
Salvador was a deputy at the Ward 3 Marshal's Office overseeing the operations of the city jail. He began his career in law enforcement in 1988 serving in Corrections, Patrol, and Investigations at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, and the Louisiana Attorney General's Office.
Throughout his law enforcement career, he has graduated from numerous academies such as the FBI National Academy and the Calcasieu Parish Regional Law Enforcement Academy. He is also a member of several civic organizations. Salvador has a degree in Criminal Justice from McNeese State University.
There are ten Law Enforcement Centers(LEC's) strategically placed throughout Calcasieu Parish. These centers, located in Iowa, South Lake Charles, Central Lake Charles, Moss Bluff, Sulphur, Carlyss, Vinton, Starks, Bell City, and DeQuincy are staffed with a Public Relations Officer, Community Resident Detectives and receptionist personnel.
Local residents are encouraged to contact these centers to file police reports, request information, report on suspicious activities and obtain updates on such things as crime prevention, local
sex offenders addresses and how to start a Neighborhood Watch Programs in your community.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Friday
8:00 - 4:00
P.R.O. Neil Gremillion | Email
C.R.D. Robert Shortridge
C.R.D. Melanie Veillon
Neighborhood Watch Program enlists the active participation of residents, in cooperation with law enforcement, to reduce crime in their communities. The program was started in an effort to educate residents regarding their roles and responsibilities in the prevention of crime, and to encourage them to take active measures to prevent crime. It calls upon residents to step forward and assist police in organizing their community into a cohesive unit working towards the goal of building a safer, crime-free neighborhood.
Neighborhood Watch groups discuss neighborhood crime problems with the objective of developing solutions to local crime problems. The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office supplies crime information to neighborhood watch organizations and instruct these groups in various crime prevention techniques.