What impact does DARE have on the students? “It prepares them to go into middle school because of the different things that we talk about, not only alcohol and tobacco; we talk about stress and communication skills and … making responsible choices. It’s a class that you want them to always remember,” said Deputy Hawn.
“This training covers all aspects of police work,” said Sebeck. “This class is aimed at renewing what officers already know and avoiding complacency when doing their jobs. It is rough being a p olice officer because there are so few officers on the street, and as a consequence, it puts those officers at risk.
Kevin Cryblskey, area manager with Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (right), and Mark Joslin, area supervisor with Enterprise (left), donate two 4,000-watt lighting units to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington for use with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has required the Bossier Parish Police Jury to close a bridge on Goodman Springs Road in Northern Bossier Parish. This bridge is one of three bridges owned by Bossier Parish on Goodman Springs Road and is located east of Mott Oil Field Road.
Lisa Johnson, Bossier Chamber president, said, “Producing tools such as ‘Move to Bossier’ plays an important role in furthering the voice of Bossier Parish and attracting companies such as the recently announced CSC.
The organization Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) presented Deputy Police Chief Daryl Worley with its Patriot Award, which honors employers who demonstrate extraordinary support and understanding for its employees who have answered the call to serve their country in the National Guard and Reserve.
The 93-year-old Urban, who is a member of the Bossier Sheriff’s Posse, served in the Marine Corps during World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He spoke to students in Laura Jorgensen’s and Jo Carter’s English classrooms to share first-hand accounts of what it was like to serve his country during wartime.