Delhi Police Department

  • Agency: Delhi Police Department
  • Address: 309 Tennessee St, Delhi , 71232 LA
  • Chief: Steven W Harris (Chief of Police)
Phone: 318 878-3788
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Delhi Police Department is located at 309 Tennessee St, Delhi , 71232 LA. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven W Harris. The Delhi Police Department phone number is 318 878-3788.

Delhi Police Department News

On May 25, 2018, Delhi Police Department received a complaint from a resident on Kentucky Street in reference to her car window being broken and her purse stolen from her vehicle. The complainant advised that her purse contained credit cards and other important documents. Delhi PD advised the complainant to watch the credit card activity to see if the suspect would use the card. On May 25, 2018, Delhi PD received a call from the complainant stating that her card had been used at the Family Dollar in Delhi. Asst. Chief Jermaine Esters went to Family Dollar in Delhi and viewed the video surveillance of the transaction on the credit card and was able to get images of the suspect. On May 27, 2018, Narcotics Investigator Craig Frasier made a traffic stop in Delhi and the subject that was driving the vehicle matched the suspect that used the stolen credit card in Family Dollar. Asst. Chief Esters came to the scene of the traffic stop to assist Investigator Frasier and he positively identified the suspect as the person that used the stolen credit card. The suspect was arrested and lead Asst. Chief Esters to the area where to stolen purse was dumped. Asst. Chief Esters and Investigator Frasier arrested Marvin L. Hall, 102 Amber Street, Delhi, LA and he was charged with Burglary, Forgery and Unauthorized Use of an Access Card as Theft. Hall was transported to Richland Parish Detention Center and booked. Chief Roy Williams would like to commend Narcotics Investigator Craig Frasier and Asst. Chief Jermaine Esters for their hard work in clearing the recent burglaries and recovering the property that was stolen.

On May 25, 2018, Delhi Police Department received complaints in reference to vehicle burglaries which resulted in several firearms being stolen. Delhi PD received one complaint were two individuals attempted to enter a garage but stopped when they saw a surveillance camera. Delhi PD was able to identify the subject in the video surveillance as Kavari L. Jones, 222 W. Hickory Ave., Bastrop, LA 71220. Jones was arrested for two counts of burglary, possession of firearms by a convicted felon and trespassing. Delhi PD also arrested three juvenile males for burglary and trespassing. Chief Roy Williams wants to thank Assistant Chief Jermaine Esters, Narcotics Investigator Craig Frasier, Major Kevin McCall and his entire staff for the speedy recovery of the firearms that were taken in these burglaries.

On April 16, 2018, Officer Craig Frasier of Delhi Police Department made a traffic stop on Interstate 20 for speeding 84/70 mph zone. Officer Frasier made contact with a black female from Winona, Mississippi and a subsequent search of the vehicle revealed Marijuana, a large number of Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Cyclobenzaprine pills and a large amount of currency. Outstanding Job Officer Craig Frasier!!

TO ALL CITIZENS OF DELHI Our office had received several calls from business owners and home owners in reference to the cards that are left on doors, on windshields of vehicles and etc. There is not a problem with your home or business, the cards are reminder to let you know that our officers have patrolled by your business or your home. If you have any problems or seen any suspicious activity please give our office a call at (318) 878-3788 or 911. Thank You Chief Roy Williams Delhi Police Department

It is with deep sadness that our K-9 "Harry" passed away last night from an unexpected illness. "Harry" will be truly missed by Chief Roy Williams and the entire Delhi Police Department staff.

Chief Roy Williams and his staff send their deepest condolences to Sheriff Jay Russell and the Ouachita Parish Sheriff Office in the loss of Deputy Justin L. Beard.

Delhi Police Department would like to thank Ms. Veronica Culverson and the J.A.G students of Delhi Middle School for the donations of Survival Kits for Law Enforcement Officers. Chief Roy Williams and his staff deeply appreciate the Survival Kits and are thankful for the kind gesture from Ms. Veronica Culverson, her students and the entire staff at Delhi Middle School.

Chief Roy Williams and his staff are saddened of the tragic death of Officer Michael Louviere of Westwego Police Department. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Officer Louviere and the staff of Westwego Police Department. http://www.odmp.org/officer/23101-police-officer-michael-louviere

Chief Roy Williams and his entire staff would like to thank the following sponsors for their support in the DELHI WE BACK THE BLUE CAMPAIGN : Gulf South Pipeline, SAPA Extrusions, Moose's Tire and Lube, Bears Wrecker Service, Paul's Service Company and Brandon's Body Shop.

Chief Roy Williams and the officers of Delhi Police Department would like to thank the entire staff of Commercial Capital Bank for the donation of a Back The Blue American Flag. Chief Williams thanks Commercial Capital Bank for showing our department and our officers that they appreciated the job that we do in our community. Chief Williams would also like to thank Animal Control Officer Larry Copes, Paul Collins of Delhi Municipal Public Works and trustee from Richland Parish Detention Center for their help in erecting the flag pole in front of Delhi PD.

This little puppy was found this morning by Delhi Police Officers. She has been groomed and has been well taken care of. If anyone has lost this dog please give our office a call @ 318-878-3788.

Chief Roy Williams would like to thank Mrs. Crawford, faculty and the entire student body of Delhi Elementary School for their hard work in raising funds for a ballistic vest for Delhi Police Department K-9 "Harry".

Joe May of TransCanada Pipeline Company presents Chief Roy Williams with a check in the amount of $3,000.00 for the purchase of public safety equipment through TransCanada Pipeline Community Investment Program.

Chief Roy Williams and his staff provided pizza for the children and faculty at Delhi Elementary School for their hard work in raising $925.00 for the purchase of a bullet proof vest for Delhi Police Department K-9 "Harry". Delhi Elementary School "Rocks"!!!!!!

Chief Roy Williams and the staff of Delhi Police Department would like to thank Mrs. Martien, Mrs. Crawford, the faculty and staff of Delhi Elementary School and most important the entire student body of Delhi Elementary for their hard work to raise funds for the purchase of a bullet proof vest for our Police K-9 Harry. The students raised $925.00 for the purchased of a the bullet proof vest for Police K-9 Harry. Pictured is Lt. Derrick Hudson, Chief Roy Williams and Mrs Crawford, Principal of Delhi Elementary School.

Chief Roy Williams and the staff of Delhi Police Department would like to thank the students and their parents that participated in the Delhi Police Department Explorers First Nighter. Chief Williams and his staff are looking forward to working with these young ladies and young men to help mentor them in a possible career in law enforcement. Again we thank you.

Delhi Police Department is proud to announce that our office has 24 hour dispatch coverage. 24 hour dispatch coverage enables Delhi Police Department to better serve the citizens of Delhi and help relieve the strain from Richland Parish Sheriff's Office dispatchers to dispatch for Delhi PD officers when Delhi PD did not have a dispatcher on duty. Delhi PD would like to thank Sheriff Lee Harrell and his dispatchers for their help this past year. Chief Roy Williams would also like to thank his dispatchers; Amy Green, Talitha McCall, Pamela Sykes and Mary Bates for all of their hard work and dedication.

ATTENTION YOUNG LADIES AND YOUNG MEN INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN LAW ENFORCEMENT!!!!! Delhi Police Department is starting a Police Explorers program for young ladies and young men ages 14-20 years old. Registration fee for the Police Explorers is $25. Delhi Police Department will be hosting a First Nighter on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at Delhi Police Department at 6:00 PM. Those who are interested in the Police Explorers can contact Chief Roy Williams or Asst. Chief Jermaine Esters at (318) 878-3788.

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The Delhi Police Department urges EVERYONE to not drive in this weather unless absolutely necessary. If you decide to drive PLEASE drive with caution. Several roads in our area are very dangerous and a possibility that they may get worse throughout the day. For your safety please abide by the posted road closures. Remember if you encounter a road that is under water "TURN AROUND AND DON'T DROWN". It is not worth taking a chance with your LIFE. Please stay safe out there. If you need anything call our office at (318) 878-3788 or (318) 878-9834.