East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 301 First St., Lake Providence, 71254 LA
  • Chief:
Phone: (318) 559-2071
Fax: (318) 559-2567
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East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office is located at 301 First St., Lake Providence, 71254 LA. The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office phone number is (318) 559-2071.

East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office News

East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Deputies were joined by reserve deputies and the Lake Providence Police Department for a pre-Homecoming Parade meeting to make sure everyone was on the same page. East Carroll Parish Sheriff Wydette Williams stressed that the number one factor was safety. Sheriff Williams stated that while the Sheriff's Office wanted everyone to have a great time and enjoy Homecoming, there would be extra patrols to ensure the safety of all the participants. Attached is the meeting prior to the parade.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Louisiana Cotton Museum and joined in making our "Senior Fun Day On the Lake" a resounding success!

These are just some of the prizes for Bingo at the Sheriff's Office Senior Day on the Lake tomorrow, Thursday, August 9. Registration is at 10:00 a.m. at the Louisiana Cotton Museum Plantation Hall, and the program starts at 10:30. Great speakers, fun with Bingo, and a good lunch. Come out and join us! Free! Free! Free!

We have had a lot of inquiries from West Carroll Parish about the fireworks display. The Sheriff's Office welcomes our neighbors from the west and hope that you all enjoy the show! Commencing at 9:00 p.m. across from The Dock.

Sparkler and Fireworks Safety More than 50,000 fires are caused by fireworks every year. Take the proper precautions when operating fireworks. Never disassemble or try to make your own fireworks. Don’t point sparklers, or fireworks at yourself or others, especially while they’re being lit. Only light fireworks on the ground and in areas that are dry and fire resistant. Don’t attempt to light multiple devices at the same time. Never allow young children to handle fireworks or sparklers. Always keep a portable fire extinguisher close by. Also keep a water hose or buckets of water nearby to put out fires. Water Activity Safety As July is one of the hottest months of the year, many families turn to water activities to beat the heat. However, even fun water activities have serious risks if the proper precautions aren’t taken. Review safe boating practices. Never consume alcohol while driving a boat. Before boating, always check that there are enough life preservers on hand for every passenger. Set water safety rules for your family. Pools should be enclosed completely with a fence to restrict access to the area. Consider installing wireless outdoor sensors that will alert you via phone or with a chime inside your home if the sensors are activated. Keep a first aid kit near the pool. Grilling Safety July is one of the peak months for grilling fires. Enjoy grilling your favorite meals this summer while also keeping your family safe. Check gas grill hoses for cracks, holes and leaks. Keep children away from grills. Gas leaks, blocked tubes, and propane tanks can be a cause of grill fires and explosions. Never grill indoors, in the garage, in any enclosed area or on a surface that might catch fire. Keep the grill at least two feet away from decks, siding, branches and any outdoor equipment that can catch fire quickly.

LIGHT UP THE LAKE!!!! 14th annual firework display over beautiful Lake Providence. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH at 9pm. Sponsored by Sheriff Wydette Williams and The Dock. Watch from the docks or in your boat.

I big thank you to Shady Lake Nursing Home for the wonderful barbecue lunch today. Shady Lake and its staff fed all emergency responders in the Parish the works. Such a nice gesture. And it was the best!

The Dupas and Jones family remain in our hearts and prayers during this heartbreaking time. Roosevelt Jones was a force for God and good in our community, and he will be sorely missed.

The Sheriff's Office held its bi-monthly birthday luncheon today celebrating the birthdays of Sheriff Williams, Eloise Edwards, Bill Hopkins, Samantha Ball-Grover, and Leroy Threats. Food and fellowship was great, as you can see.

The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office would like to send a very happy birthday wish to our own Samantha Ball Grover! Happy birthday, Deputy Sam!

UPDATE: 10 year old Jazzmyne has been found. Thank you all for your assistance.

The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office, the East Carroll Parish Chamber of Commerce, the Louisiana Cotton Museum and Brister and Brister joined together for the annual community Easter egg hunt. The crowd was not as big as usual, but there were close to 100 kids. We had a great time, and want to thank the community for coming out and supporting this!

UPDATE: Charles Jennings has been found and returned to East Carroll Parish. The Sheriff's Office appreciates the assistance of its citizens in locating this individual.

MISSING PERSON. The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office is seeking information concerning the whereabouts of Charles Jennings. Jennings was last seen on Sunday, March 18, 2018, in the Byerley House Gazebo area of Lake Street. If you have any information about this missing person, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 318-559-2800.

All of us at the East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office would like to wish our wonderful boss a very happy birthday.

I made a kachillion pictures ... and then realized I didn't have a memory card in my camera. So I shot a few more just for some memories.

All of us at the East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office would like to wish our wonderful boss, Sheriff Wydette Williams, a very happy birthday.

The East Carroll Parish Sheriff’s Office, the East Carroll Chamber of Commerce, the Louisiana Cotton Museum, and Brister and Brister Law Firm have teamed together for the annual parish Easter Egg Hunt. The annual event will be held this Saturday on the grounds of the Louisiana Cotton Museum. Children from two to 10 years old are invited to participate. This year, there will be four age categories: two to three year olds, four to five year olds, six to seven year olds, and eight to 10 year olds. The winners in each age group will be awarded prizes for first, second and third places. Registration will begin at 10:00 a.m., and the actual hunt will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m. Children must be preregistered in order to hunt, and event organizers urge everyone to arrive promptly for registration. After the hunt and after prizes are awards, a sack lunch will be served. Anyone with questions regarding the hunt can contact Eloise Edwards at the East Carroll Parish Sheriff’s Office.

The calendar says it has been a year. But sometimes it seems like yesterday. And then sometimes it seems like a lifetime. But one thing for sure, you are NEVER forgotten. And you will live forever in the hearts of all of those who loved you at the East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office. Happy first year anniversary of your life in heaven! We miss you.

The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office wishes to offer our best wishes and a very Happy Birthday to Mrs. Eloise Edwards, our Triad Deputy. If you want to help us make her birthday the best ever, send her a message!

The East Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office wishes to offer its condolences to the family of 26 year old Monroe Police Officer Christopher Beaudion and the Monroe Police Department. Officer Beaudion died in a single-vehicle car crash early Sunday morning.