Fusilier began his career at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office in 1992. He worked in numerous departments including Enforcement and Investigations. Fusilier also served as a lieutenant over Narcotics. In 2005 Fusilier was promoted to Captain and later Director over Fleet Operations.
Throughout his law enforcement career, he has attended numerous training and courses in investigations, narcotics, and fleet management. Fusilier is a graduate of the Calcasieu Parish Regional Law Enforcement Academy and a recipient of the FBI-LEEDA Leadership Trilogy Award. Prior to his career in law enforcement Fusilier served in the United States Marine Corps during Desert Storm.
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office currently provides a secure environment for the Lake Charles Regional Airport around the clock. This division is staffed by five (5) Louisiana P.O.S.T. certified deputies.
Their responsibilities include but are not limited to providing a security presence at boarding gates as well as exit gates, patrol the airport perimeter and grounds, monitoring the numerous surveillance cameras throughout the facility, along with responding to any emergency should one arise.
Often, these deputies are the first representative of Calcasieu Parish observed by incoming travelers. Therefore, it is important that they conduct themselves in a courteous yet professional manner.
Along with the basic training, several of the deputies assigned are also Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) certified, which provides training to deal with parties experiencing mental episodes.
The Sheriff's Office farm plays an important role in the function of the entire office. The farm is comprised of more than 80 acres. The role of the farm is to provide a place for inmates to work in a structured environment. The inmates are rewarded for good behavior by getting to stay busy outside of the cell.
If you are interested in purchasing round (small) hay bales please call the Farm at 494-4517 to check availability and prices.
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office School Crossing Guards ensure our children who walk to school get to and from school safely. These guards are assigned to schools in the morning and afternoon when children are arriving and departing the schools. The crossing guard has a primary duty of safely assisting students in crossing streets. This is done by traffic direction or diversion.
The school crossing guards receive special training. Annual in-service training is also used for updates on safety issues.
Basic requirements for school crossing guards:
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