Thibodaux Police Department

  • Agency: Thibodaux Police Department
  • Address: 1309 Canal Blvd, Thibodaux , 70302 LA
  • Chief: Scott Silverii (Chief of Police)
Phone: (985) 446-5021
Fax: (985) 446-7214

Thibodaux Police Department is located at 1309 Canal Blvd, Thibodaux , 70302 LA. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott Silverii. The Thibodaux Police Department phone number is (985) 446-5021.

Thibodaux Police Department News

We are pleased to announce that three of our very own officers will be participating in this years Battle of the Badges on December 1, 2018. The event is an amateur boxing show that features policemen versus firemen from all over the south. The purpose of the event is to raise money for selected charities. The event is held by by the City of Monroe and hosted at the Monroe Civic Center. Good luck Detective Jonathan Fryer, K-9 Corporal Jamaal King and Officer Stephen Jolly. The event is open to the public, so please go out and show your support!

In remembrance of Veterans Day, thank-you to the St. Joseph (Masonic) Lodge #15, for honoring all Veterans who served and continue to serve our wonderful country. The veterans were honored with a breakfast and ceremony this morning. On behalf of the Thibodaux Police Department and the Lafourche Parish District Attorney's Office we were honored to be a part of such a special event. 🇺🇸

Be sure to drive careful and watch for the little ones, when coming to Thibodauxville on this beautiful day! 🐥🌞🎷🎤

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With a fun filled weekend upon us, please remember to stay safe and find a sober driver!

Special thanks to Living Word Church, for allowing the Thibodaux Police Department & the Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office to conduct our Bi-yearly “EVOC” Re-certifications at their facility.

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After Recent Tragedies, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Urges Motorist to Drive Safely Near School Zones and Bus Stops.

The Thibodaux Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #52, donated supplies to fellow First Responders in Florida, as they continue to recoup from Hurricane Michael. #proudorganization

Please remember to stay safe as you enjoy the Halloween Festivities tonight!

Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue announced that fifteen (15) arrests have been made in connection with a Narcotics Round-Up that was conducted during the early morning hours of Monday, October 29, 2018. On Monday, October 29, 2018, during the early morning hours, the Thibodaux Police Department’s Narcotics Division conducted a round-up in order to close out several prior investigations, where the division targeted the sales of illegal narcotics in the City Limits of Thibodaux. [ 633 more words ]

Help Police Identify Two Suspects Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue is seeking our community partners’ help in identifying two suspects, in reference to a case being investigated by detectives. If you know the identification, whereabouts or have any information regarding these suspects, please contact the Thibodaux Police Department at (985) 446-5021.

Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue asks all motorist to drive with caution in the seasonal foggy conditions. State Law (LA. R.S. 32:301) requires all drivers to utilize their headlights in foggy conditions, as well as rainy conditions. These efforts can prevent accidents and ultimately save lives. PART V. EQUIPMENT OF VEHICLES SUBPART A. LAMPS AND OTHER LIGHTING EQUIPMENT §301. When lighted lamps are required A. Every vehicle upon a highway within this state shall display lighted lamps and illuminating devices as hereinafter respectively required for different classes of vehicles subject to exception with respect to parked vehicles at any of the following times: (1) At any time between sunset and sunrise. (2) When, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, persons and vehicles on the highway are not clearly discernable at a distance of five hundred feet ahead. (3) When moisture in the air or precipitation necessitates the continuous use of windshield wipers. (4) While driving in a tunnel. B. Any person found in violation of Subsection A of this Section may be fined not more than twenty-five dollars. No court costs shall be assessed in addition to the fine authorized by this Section. Violations of the provisions of this Section shall not be considered moving violations.

Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue announced that increased patrol efforts are scheduled for Halloween (Wednesday October 31, 2018, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.) in the City Limits of Thibodaux, in order to help keep trick-or-treaters safe. Officers will patrol with their blue emergency lights activated to remind motorists to drive slowly and exercise extreme caution as children take to the streets. [ 609 more words ]

Lieutenant T.J. Crochet had the privilege to share his knowledge with a Nicholls State University Criminal Justice Class. Lt. Crochet focused on police traffic stops, vehicle searches, officer safety and general law.

Thibodaux Police Department Takes Part in DEA’s Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue announced that the Thibodaux Police Department will participate in the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, October 27, 2018. The DEA’s Take-Back initiative aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for medication abuse. Numerous prescription drug abusers report that they obtain their drugs from family and friends. Medicines that languish in the home are highly susceptible to diversion and misuse, and many citizens understand that cleaning out old prescription drugs from medicine cabinets, kitchen drawers, and bedside tables can help prevent accidents, thefts, and the misuse and abuse of these medicines. In the most recent DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in May of this year, the DEA through its partner agencies collected and destroyed close to one million pounds of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs, making it the most successful event in DEA history. According to the DEA, this brings the total amount of prescription drugs collected since the fall of 2010 to 9,964,714 pounds or 4,982 tons. Expired, unused, and unwanted medications may be brought to the Thibodaux Police Department for disposal on October 27. We have a prescription drop-off box in the lobby for a “no questions asked” drop location for unwanted prescription medication. This service is free and anonymous and is a great opportunity for those who have accumulated unwanted or unused prescription drugs to dispose of them safely. More information on the initiative may be found by visiting.

Now Hiring Communications Officers! Please apply to the office of Civil Service, 112 St. Mary Street, Thibodaux, LA, no later than 12 o’clock noon, Thursday, November 8, 2018. See link below for more details.

Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue announced that Thompson Place at Jackson Street is closed until further notice. The City of Thibodaux Public Works Department is repairing a sink hole at this location and the roadway will remain closed indefinitely. Chief Zeringue asks all motorist to drive with caution in this area, while choosing an alternate route.

Please help support our neighbors! A collection drive will be held Thursday and Friday from 6pm to 9pm at Acadia Fire Station located at the intersection of Acadia Woods Drive and Percy Brown Road in Thibodaux. Citizens wishing to donate Items are asked and encouraged to bring the following: PLEASE SHARE! Updated list of our pressing needs for aid distribution: Batteries, all sizes AAA thru D, Tire plug kits, work gloves, first aid supplies, tarps, household cleaning items, pet foods- any, snacks-all, disposable cleaning gloves, paper products to include plates, flatware, paper towels, napkins, hygiene products for men & women, baby food, baby formula Kids pullups Kids underwear Deodorant Canned goods You can make a difference, we together can make an even larger difference. Let us do good together and be #ThibodauxProud and #FloridaStrong

We would like to thank all who participated in the mass vaccination exercise that took place yesterday at the Warren J. Harang Municipal Auditorium. The exercise was spearheaded by the Louisiana Department of Health and assisted by the Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office & the Thibodaux Police Department. Seasonal flu shots were given to the public during this exercise in an effort to prepare for an emergency that might require all citizens to get vaccination in a short period of time. The goal of the exercise was to assess their capacity to vaccinate people rapidly in a preventable emergency, while at the same time providing seasonal flu shots. The exercise was well attended by patients and the added drive thru capability was heavily utilized. Thanks again to all who helped make this event a success. 👮‍♂️👩‍⚕️💉

Thibodaux Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue announced that two arrests have been made in connection with a string of recent vehicle burglaries and a vehicle theft dating back to September 16, 2018. Christopher McCormick (17, B/M, 213 Ridgeway Street – Thibodaux, LA) is charged with Theft of a Motor Vehicle (1-Count), Simple Burglary (7-Counts) & Attempted Burglary (1-Count). Bond Amount $ 160,000.00… [ 437 more words ]

Thanks to Thibodaux High School Tigerettes & Bill Bolton Bolton Equipment Services for treating the shift to lunch today! T.PD. Would like to wish the T.H.S. Tigerettes Good Luck Competing at Nationals in Orlando! 🐯 #geauxtigerettes