The two teens also got a chance to use the police driving simulator, courtesy of Sgt. Roff Clary, and saw how shooting targets are scored from Deputy Mickey Rellin, range instructor with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office..
The victim told police she did not see the suspect produce a weapon; however, she felt what might have been a firearm concealed on the suspect when he grabbed her. The clerk was treated at the scene by Bossier City Fire Department personnel, but she did not require transport to a hospital.
Richard, a fiscal conservative, promises to do “more with less” in these challenging economic times, while continuing the highest level of professionalism the community expects from the City Marshal’s Office. Under his leadership, Richard pledges that the marshal’s budget will be reduced and its.
Reserve police officers are members of the community who are trained under state requirements as certified law enforcement officers and supplement fulltime Bossier City police officers in a variety of duties. They serve on a volunteer basis and possess the same law enforcement authority as full-time officers while on duty.
The Ark-La-Tex Chapter of the Military Officers Association of American (MOAA) and Reserve Office at Barksdale Air Force Base will honor Louisiana Sen. Robert Adley for his service to the state of Louisiana and continued support of the military during a recognition dinner at the base on Feb.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington (right) promoted dispatcher Vickie Baker-Kleinsasser (left) to shift supervisor for the night shift, and Rusty Burling (center) was promoted to shift supervisor in Communications with the evening shift. (Photo by Bossier Sheriff’s Office).
The ACT campaign, which began Monday, is a six-week school-wide effort that focuses on all aspects of the ACT from testtaking tips and preparation to a review of skills. Louisiana law mandates that all juniors take the ACT, which will be given March 18 state-wide.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington says agents with the Bossier Combined Narcotics Task Force of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office and the Bossier City Police Department checked seven businesses in the city and parish last Thursday evening, Jan. 16, to ensure they were not selling alcohol to customers under the age of 21.