Lafayette Police Department

  • Agency: Lafayette Police Department
  • Address: 900 E. University Ave, Lafayette , 70502 LA
  • Chief: Toby Aguillard (Chief of Police)
Phone: (337) 291-8600

Lafayette Police Department is located at 900 E. University Ave, Lafayette , 70502 LA. The Chief of Police of the department is Toby Aguillard. The Lafayette Police Department phone number is (337) 291-8600.

Lafayette Police Department News

Thank you to St. Pius Elementary for inviting us to their Pre-K Career Day. We hope the kids enjoyed our Motors Unit and we look forward to next year!

South Louisiana Community College celebrated the opening of their Academic Success Center and the Center for Minority Excellence today. Thank you for inviting LPD to be a part of this outstanding event and we look forward to the great work the program will provide to students.

This week our Crisis Negotiator Team is attending the Advanced Crisis Negotiations class hosted by the National Tactical Officers Association. The class focuses on communicating effectively, the tactical role of a Negotiator, incident debriefs and assessment exercises. We continue to focus on keeping our Negotiators highly trained in communication and support building tactics. Training hard to stay prepared!

We would like to welcome Officer Lance Carter who has recently completed his training through our FTO program. Officer Carter graduated from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy. He will be working on the south side of Lafayette joining Sgt. Daryl Boudreaux’s patrol squad. Congratulations Officer Carter and welcome to the LPD family.

We would like to welcome Officer Racheal Journet who has recently completed her training through our FTO program. Officer Journet graduated from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy. She will be patrolling on the south side of Lafayette joining Sgt. Jessica Guidry’s patrol squad. Congratulations Officer Journet and welcome to the LPD family.

Lafayette Police Department would like to thank the community for the big turn out at yesterday’s 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat Event held at the department. We enjoyed every moment and we look forward to next year! 🎃

Today Deputy Chief Thomas and the LPD Mounted Unit join Lafayette Renaissance Charter Academy at their Trunk or Treat event. The kids were so excited to see the police unit as well as the horses. Thanks for the invite LRCA! 🎃

Halloween will be celebrated on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm, within the City of Lafayette. The Lafayette Police Department has the following recommendations to assure a safe and enjoyable Halloween. •Choose costumes that are marked flame retardant and add reflective tape or reflectors to darker colored costumes. •Because masks can limit or block eyesight, consider non-toxic makeup and decorative hats as safer alternatives. •All children should remain under the direct supervision of parents or guardians. •Be sure to be seen, carry a flashlight or other illuminant device. •Have children stay within their own familiar neighborhood and only visit homes they know. •Adults should inspect all candy prior to the children indulging. •Give and accept wrapped or packaged candy only. •Have props such as magic wands and swords constructed out of cardboard rather than metal or wood. This will avoid unnecessary injuries. •Drive vehicles cautiously in areas where children are trick or treating. Finally, for those adults that will be attending parties for Halloween, please do not drink and drive. The Lafayette Police Department will be patrolling in the neighborhoods to assure a safe Halloween. Happy Trick or Treating!!

We would like to welcome Officer Kermit Warren who has recently completed his training through our FTO program. Officer Warren graduated from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy. He will be working the streets of upper Lafayette joining Sgt. David Leblanc’s patrol squad. Congratulations Officer Warren and welcome to the LPD family.

LPD Officers joined the fun at the Quiet Town Community Block Party on yesterday. It was a great time with great food and great community fun!

Congratulations to our very own Officer Will Rabalais who’s team the Red Rice and Blue won second place at the Youngsville Gumbo Cook Off! Way to go Officer Rabalais and make sure you share the leftovers with your fellow officers.

Today’s sixteenth DEA Prescription Drug Take Back event was truly a success. The community turned in nearly 42lbs of expired and unused pills. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to drop off and LPD looks forward to the next event.

Come out at UHC 2390 W. Congress St. today we’ll be taking any expired or unused prescription drugs. We will dispose of the pills no questions asked from 10am-2pm!!

************Road Closure********** LPD is currently on the scene of a major accident in the 1000 block of S. College Road. S. College Rd. between Bacque Crescent Dr. and W. Bayou Parkway will be closed until further notice. Please use alternate routes and avoid the area.

LPD School Resource Officers were invited today by superintendent Mr. Norris with Lafayette Christian Academy Knights to have lunch at the school. A huge Thank You to LCA for always thinking of LPD Officers!

Congratulations to our supervisor of the quarter Sgt. Toby Delahoussaye and our employee of the month for September Detective Chad Parker. Thanks for your continued dedication to the department and the great people of this community!

Lafayette Police Department will be partnering with United HealthCare and Lafayette General in the DEA’s sixteenth National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Join us on October 27, 2018 at University Hospital and Clinics(UHC) located at 2390 W. Congress St. between 10am-2pm. Bring any unwanted or outdated prescription drugs to the location to be discarded. Only pills will be accepted, no liquids, needles or sharps. The service is free and anonymous. We’ll see you there!

Cpl. Kristi Strong enjoying time with these little cuties at the Madeline St. block party.

Today our very own Sgt. Scott Rummel ran the Footprints Forever 5K in honor of his son Jaxon. The race was founded by Maddie’s Footprints who’s mission is to provide support to families coping with miscarriages, stillbirths or the loss of an infant. We honor Sgt. Rummel for his courage and strength after losing baby Jaxon. May his memory live on forever.#TeamJaxon

Officers with the Lafayette Police Department strive to be positive role models and will always remain dedicated to the community. If you have a Police Officer that you would like recognized for an outstanding act, visit BIG 102.1 by following the link below and nominate an officer for their annual LEO Award Gala!

We would like to welcome Officer Peter Ford who has recently completed his training through our FTO program. Officer Ford graduated as a top performer from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy where he was named “Top Gun” and class President. He will be working the streets of upper Lafayette joining Sgt. Jarvis Mayfield’s patrol squad. Congratulations Officer Ford and welcome to the LPD family.

Congratulations to LPD’s very own Cpl. Channing Credeur and Team Louisiana for their World Series XIV win in the tournament hosted in Las Vegas, NV. Team Louisiana won against Goodyear Police Department (Arizona) in the tournaments final with a 17-15 win. Team Louisiana is made up of officers from agencies across the state of Louisiana. Congratulations guys in taking home the big win!

LPD walked the streets of Randolph Dr., Sherwood Dr. and Carlton Dr. during a community walk yesterday. Our Police Explorers, Community Relations Committee, Command Staff and Police Officers knocked on doors and introduced themselves to the community. It was a very successful walk and we thank all the citizens that welcomed us with open arms.

Today LPD officers attended Gethsemane Christian Academy for their First Responders Day. The kids were able to enjoy our motor units, mounted unit and explored one of our marked police units. We were also joined by the Lafayette Fire Department who brought out the smoke house to teach the kids about fire safety. As always, thank you for having us GCA!

Congratulations to our officer of the month for August 2018 Crime Scene Detective Julia Poirier! Det. Poirier was selected due to her outstanding print work and crime scene processing. Great work Detective Poirier!