St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 300 Brownswitch Rd., Slidell, 70458 LA
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Phone: (985) 898-2338
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St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office is located at 300 Brownswitch Rd., Slidell, 70458 LA. The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office phone number is (985) 898-2338.

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office News

The STPSO Honor Guard was privileged to present the colors at the Faith Music Festival at Heritage Park in Slidell on Saturday. 🇺🇸 #STPSOinthecommunity

It is not too late to buy a tip ticket (or maybe a couple of tip tickets 😉) to support Sheriff Randy Smith and DiCristina's Italian and Seafood Restaurant as they compete for Men Who Cook's Most Money Raised for Hope House! Come to the Men Who Cook event benefiting Children's Advocacy Center-Hope House tonight (Nov. 11) from 4-7 p.m. on the top level of the Justice Center Parking Garage to taste their amazing dish! https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/MWC/team/RandySmithDiCristinas?fbclid=IwAR2-PuMqft7BoNUXk18DI7q7skvJ5AIFSr0hVtCoRpaGKPd7WOlJe9rj6N4 Text MWC14 to 71777

On this Veterans Day, let us honor and remember those who have sacrificed so much to serve our great country. Let us keep them and their families in our prayers today and always. Thank you to all who have served and to those who continue to defend our freedoms today. -Sheriff Randy Smith

It's 9 p.m. Before you go to bed tonight, Did you........ Remove your firearms from your vehicle? Remove your valuables from your vehicle? Lock your vehicle's doors? Do your part to help us prevent vehicle burglaries. Please share with your family and friends to remind them to practice the #9pmroutine.

Join us in wishing Sheriff Randy Smith a very happy birthday!

It's 9 p.m. Before you go to bed tonight, Did you........ Remove your firearms from your vehicle? Remove your valuables from your vehicle? Lock your vehicle's doors? Do your part to help us prevent vehicle burglaries. Please share with your family and friends to remind them to practice the #9pmroutine.

Sheriff Randy Smith presented Terri Turner-Marse with the Northshore Food Bank and Paul Stich and Mike Pervel with The Samaritan Center with checks for $542.14 each this morning. They were also presented with a large collection of food to be split between the two non-profits. The money and food were collected as part of a collaborative effort between the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office and the other entities that occupy the St. Tammany Parish Justice Center. The money and food were collected thru dress down days and during the annual Jack-O-Lantern Jamboree, which included a costume contest, bake sales and pumpkin decorating contest held on Halloween. #STPSOGivesBack

Big thank you to Bayou Adventure for hosting "Coffee with a Cop" this morning, and thank you also to the residents who came out to meet and greet our deputies. #STPSOinthecommunity #CoffeeWithACop

STPSO deputies participated in the Night of Heroes event Tuesday evening at Chick-fil-A Gause Blvd. It was great interacting with the local children, and the children loved getting to climb in/on some of the vehicles we brought to show them. #STPSOinthecommunity

The Operations Division treated the School Resource Officers to lunch today. This gave them an opportunity to share ideas and compare experiences. #STPSOSOD #STPSOSRO

Sgt Gonzales met today with the students at Success by Design. He discussed how deputies help people. #STPSOinthecommunity

Sheriff Randy Smith recently recognized Deputy First Class Jason Felts as Deputy of the Quarter for St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Criminal Patrol Division, District III. DFC Felts began with our Reserve division in 2007 and was subsequently hired on full time in 2008. DFC Felts’ knowledge of the job is beyond commendable and his teammates look at him as a leader of his shift. His supervisors report that they could provide case after case about DFC Felts’ excellent job performance, but it is his upstanding character and integrity that ultimately qualify him for this selection. Please join us in thanking DFC Felts for his service to the agency and to the citizens of St. Tammany Parish. #deputyofthequarter

It's 9 p.m. Before you go to bed tonight, Did you........ Remove your firearms from your vehicle? Remove your valuables from your vehicle? Lock your vehicle's doors? Do your part to help us prevent vehicle burglaries. Please share with your family and friends to remind them to practice the #9pmroutine.

Sheriff Randy Smith recently recognized Corporal James Calecas as Deputy of the Quarter for the Corrections Division. Corporal Calecas has worked in the Corrections Division since February 2008. He genuinely cares about each one of the deputies that he supervises as well as the deputies on other teams, and he goes out of his way to keep morale as high as possible even when manpower is short. In April, Corporal Calecas decided that he wanted to be a member of the Corrections Tactical Unit, and he made it a personal goal to be in the best physical shape that he could be in for tryouts in June. He trained every morning after shift and changed his diet. Corporal Calecas lost 40 pounds, and in June achieved his goal by being selected to become a member of the team. Corporal Calecas uses his personal achievement to try to inspire others to achieve their goals. Corporal Calecas is an asset to Corrections Division. He comes to work early every night to make sure the shift is covered and to maintain a good rapport with the other teams. He also makes sure he is available to help other shifts when necessary, and has even changed his plans on occasions when called in to work on another team at the last minute. Please join us in thanking Corporal Calecas for his service to the agency and to the citizens of St. Tammany Parish. #deputyofthequarter

It's 9 p.m. Before you go to bed tonight, Did you........ Remove your firearms from your vehicle? Remove your valuables from your vehicle? Lock your vehicle's doors? Do your part to help us prevent vehicle burglaries. Please share with your family and friends to remind them to practice the #9pmroutine.

In case you missed it, Sheriff Randy Smith was on the Lake 94.7 radio this morning.

There is a little rivalry going on in the STPSO Administrative Offices. #dressdownFriday #allinfun

Sgt Gonzales met with a great group of cub scouts last night in Lacombe. #STPSOinthecommunity

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office will continue to have a presence in the Tallow Creek subdivision as long as needed.

Information from St. Tammany Parish Government

The scariest part of Halloween isn’t the spooky costumes and scary pranks; it’s alcohol-impaired drivers. Plan ahead so you don’t turn the roads into a real-life horror show. * Before the Halloween festivities begin, plan a way to safely get home at the end of the night. * Always designate a sober driver. * If you are impaired, take a taxi, call a sober friend or family member or arrange for a ride thru a ride service. * If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact local law enforcement. * If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take their keys and help them make safe travel arrangements to where they are going.

***Jack O’ Lantern Jamboree Raises Money for Food Banks*** The Jack O' Lantern Jamboree held Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Justice Center and the Sheriff's Office facility in Slidell, was an amazing success. The total collected for the Covington Food Bank and the Samaritan Center has not been totaled, but the amount will be in excess of $900!!!! That is in addition to an extremely large donation of nonperishable food items collected over the past month. This was in part due to the tremendous participation in the Jack O' Lantern Jamboree costume contest. The judges have reviewed all of the pictures from the Justice Center and from the Slidell Complex on Brownswitch Road, and the winners have been chosen. They are: First place individual, Dawn Mendow, Clerk of Court, Voodoo Queen Second place individual, Ashleigh Garner, Clerk of Court, Barbie Style Head Third place individual, Angel Bond, Clerk of Court, Lumberjack First place group, Village People, STPSO Public Affairs and Friends Second place group, Snow White and Company, Assessor’s Office Third place group, Disney Incarcerated, STPSO Criminal Records and Collections. The votes have also been tallied for the pumpkin carving/decorating contest, and the winner is Renee Cazaubon, gumball machine. The winner for the most creative dessert in the bake sale is Carrie Randolph, STPSO Property Tax, mummy pretzel sticks.

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office helped celebrate Halloween by bringing the Operation Sneaux van to STARC today to pass out snowballs. #STPSOinthecommunity