Baton Rouge Police Department

  • Agency: Baton Rouge Police Department
  • Address: 9000 Airline Hwy, Baton Rouge, 70802 LA
  • Chief: DeWayne White (Chief of Police)
Phone: 225-389-2000
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Baton Rouge Police Department is located at 9000 Airline Hwy, Baton Rouge, 70802 LA. The Chief of Police of the department is DeWayne White. The Baton Rouge Police Department phone number is 225-389-2000.

Baton Rouge Police Department News

We want to take a special moment to recognize Corporal Sheldon D. Pointer for his 30 years of service to BRPD and the Baton Rouge Community! Throughout his time with our department Cpl. Pointer worked in the Traffic Division, Operational Services and Uniform Patrol. Cpl. Pointer has received numerous letters of commendation. We are so thankful for his tremendous dedication to serving our community and all the contributions he has made to the betterment of Baton Rouge! Corporal Sheldon Pointer, we wish you all the best in your retirement!

CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT CLASS The Baton Rouge Police Department is offering a Concealed Handgun Permit Class on November 24, 2018 from 8:00am until 5:00pm. The class will be held at the Joint Law Enforcement Training Center, located at 999 W. Irene Road, Zachary Louisiana, and taught by Baton Rouge Police Firearm Instructors. There is a $100.00 charge to attend the class, which is open to anyone 21 years of age or older. Participants will have to provide their own handgun and ammunition for the class. Class size is limited to 35 per session, so participants should register early at the Baton Rouge Police Headquarters – Traffic Records, 9000 Airline Highway - Monday thru Friday 8:00am until 4:45pm. The deadline for registration will be on November 21, 2018. Payment can be made by cash, check or money order. Your payment receipt will allow entry into the class. If you have any questions contact Sgt. Leonard Harry at LHarry@brla.gov or contact range personnel at (225)389-8275.

BRPD SWAT members enjoyed speaking and taking photos with supporters of all ages. Who knows, we may have recruited some future SWAT members.

In recognition of National Candy Day today, members of our SWAT team got an early start by passing out candy to children prior to the start of the LSU game.

Come out tomorrow to the BRPD Training Academy, 9000 Airline Hwy, between 10am-3pm to contribute to the Beat Bama Blood Drive.

The Baton Rouge Police Department is joining neighboring parishes in participating in the No-Shave November Fundraiser. All of the monetary donations will be donated to the American Cancer Society to raise awareness and research.

Deputy Chief Robert McGarner with Talk 107.3fm

The Baton Rouge Police Department would like to invite children of all ages to attend Boo with the Blue, joined with Cortana Malloween. This free and safe Halloween event will take place on October 31st from 6-8pm at Cortana Mall, 9401 Cortana Pl., entrance 2. There will be a haunted house, food, jump houses, vendors, music and much more.

Come join us tomorrow, October 30th for Conversation with Cops. We'll be at Mikey's Donuts, 7046 Airline Hwy, from 8-10am having informal and informative conversations with you.

Come out to BRPD headquarters, 9000 Airline Hwy, today until 2pm to dispose of any unused or expired medication.

While visiting students at Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, Chief Paul had the opportunity to speak with lower school students on being responsible for your actions.

Cpl. Louis Perry, Baton Rouge Police School Resource Officer, with Talk 107.3FM

BRPD officers continue to further their education by completing 40 hours of specialized Crisis Intervention Training. Special thanks to John Nosacka and the Capital Area Human Services for their dedication to law enforcement.

It's going to be a showdown of the Chief and the Sheriff. Which coach will come out on top? We know who we're picking. Come out on October 28th at 2pm, 1105 Lee Drive, to watch an alumni flag football game between Lee High and Capitol High. We know everyone will win with some support.

We want to take a special moment to recognize Captain Donald P. Kelly for his 32 years of service to BRPD and the Baton Rouge Community! Throughout his time with our department, Capt Kelly worked in Uniform Patrol, served 25 years in the Public Information/Media Relations office, was commander in the Professional Standards Unit and the Crime Scene Investigations Divison, worked as an Assistant District Commander and finally as 2nd District Commander. Capt. Kelly has received numerous letters of commendation, is a Past President of NIOA(National Information Officers Association) and graduated from the 250th FBI National Academy in 2012. We are so thankful for his tremendous dedication to serving our community and all the contributions he has made to the betterment of Baton Rouge! Captain Don Kelly, we wish you all the best in your retirement!

Baton Rouge Police Officers participated in "Heroes for Hoops" a benefit basketball game this past weekend that involved local policemen and firefighters. Proceeds were donated to the American Cancer Society.

The Baton Rouge Police Department along with Chief Murphy Paul are pleased to announce the promotion of two Baton Rouge Police Officers. Lieutenant Stephen Chenevert to Captain and Sergeant Adam Cheney to Lieutenant. We wish the very best to these supervisors as they look forward to serving the community in their new positions.

Congratulations to BRPD Corporal Gary Bihm for being selected as the October's "Detective of the Month". Cpl. Bihm is a 18 year veteran who currently works in the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab as a NIBIN examiner. Cpl. Bihm was nominated by his supervisor for going above the call of duty for linking guns to bullets. These weapons were involved in varies crimes throughout Baton Rouge. Cpl. Bihm is a gun and ballistic specialist.

Congratulations to BRPD Officer Ashley Durbin for being selected as the October's "Officer of the Month". Off. Durbin is a 2 year veteran who currently works in the Uniform Patrol Division-4th District. Off. Durbin was nominated by her supervisor for going above the call of duty by linking a suspect to several robberies in the Baton Rouge, Baker and Livingston Parish areas.