Sheriff Neustrom Launches New Community Awareness Tool
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office is now offering a new service for the public – a service designed to increase awareness about sex offenders living in our community. Sheriff Mike Neustrom demonstrated the new software to the media Tuesday and requested media assistance with informing the public about this free service.
Interested parties can log on to the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office website www.lafayettesheriff.com, proceed to the Public Records section, and choose Sex Offender Registry. Viewers can submit a name, address, or city to conduct a search, or they may choose to register to receive updates via email. Email updates will be sent within 24 hours to all registrants who have submitted a notification address that is located within one mile of the home address listed by any Sex Offender who registers with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office. Individuals may subscribe more than once, possibly registering to receive notification for a work address, address of a friend or family member, daycare, school, park, library or church.
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office is dedicated to providing professional law enforcement services for the community. We are proud to serve Lafayette Parish with advanced technology for a more effective use of resources as we work to continue, “Serving the community with courtesy, professionalism and respect.”
Please contact the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office at 337-232-9211 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this service or any Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office program.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office