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FAQ


 

How do I report an abandoned vehicle?

Contact the IPSO 369-3711.

My car was towed. How do I call to find out where it is?

Contact the Sheriff’s Communications Center at 369-3711 (24 hours/7 days).

Who do I contact about barking dogs?

Contact the IPSO 369-3711.

I was away and when I came home, I found my house had been broken into. Who do I call?

Contact the Sheriff’s Communications Center at 369-3711. If you believe someone is still in your house, leave, call 9-1-1 and wait for an officer.

How do I get a copy of a crime report?

For crimes reported in Iberia Parish, contact the Sheriff’s Records Section at (Phone: 367-6579). For all others, contact the responsible law enforcement agency.

How do I find out if a Detective is working my case?

Contact the Detective’s Division at 367-8702. Ensure that you have your report number and can relate where the crime occurred.

How do I get information about someone that was arrested?

Contact the Iberia Parish Jail at 369-2431. They can advise you if someone has been arrested, the charges, whether or not they will be released on bail, cited or released on their own recognizance and they will also provide bail amount.

How do I report my car stolen?

Contact the IPSO at 369-3711.

My car was broken into. Who do I call?

Contact the IPSO at 369-3711 or other responsible law enforcement agency in the area where the crime occurred.

How to I report housing code violations?

Contact the IPSO at 369-3711.

My car is missing. It might have been repossessed. Who can I call?

Contact the Sheriff’s Towing Enforcement at 367-6579 (Monday – Friday, 8:00am-3:30pm), the Sheriff’s Communications Center at 369-3711 (24 hours/7 days).

How do I get legal papers served?

Contact the Sheriff’s Civil Division at 369-3714 ext 157.

Why should I file a crime report?

Primarily, you need to ensure that items taken in a crime are identified as stolen property so they can be returned to you if later located. This relates to physical property, but, just as critically, account numbers and other personal identifying information may be compromised and later used in other crimes. Secondly, many law enforcement crime prevention resources are focused using crime statistics from reported crimes. Thirdly, many insurance companies will not process claims related to crimes without a valid report.

How do I report someone illegally dumping garbage or hazardous materials?

Dumping of non-hazardous materials should be reported to the IPSO at 369-3711.Hazardous materials should be reported to Environmental Management 367-3714 or to Iberia Parish Emergency Services (24 hour) at 369-3714.

How do I call for a deputy?

For crimes in progress or other life-threatening emergencies, call 911. For non-emergency dispatch, contact the IPSO at 369-3711.

How do I request extra patrols in my neighborhood?

If you are going out of town and need additional patrols contact IPSO at 369-3711.

How do I report my child being assaulted on the way home from school?

If your child requires medical attention, obtain needed medical assistance and contact the Sheriff’s Communications Center at 369-3711 for a deputy to be dispatched. For other reports, contact the school for assistance from a School Resource Officer or School Safety Officer.

How do I report people dealing drugs?

Contact our Narcotics Division at 367-1008. You may remain anonymous.

How do I report a lost or stolen cellular phone?

Contact the local Sheriff’s Office at 369-3711 or other law enforcement agency in the area where the cellular phone was lost or stolen. You may have to make your report based on where you last had or used your phone. When you call, be sure to have your Electronic Serial Number (ESN). You can obtain this from your cellular telephone company.

How do I report a stolen vehicle license plate?

If the entire plate was stolen, contact the Sheriff’s Communications Center at 369-3711. If only the yearly tag was stolen, you can file a report with IPSO.

I know who stole my property… why doesn’t the Sheriff’s Department arrest the person right now?

Deputies arriving at a crime in progress are often able to accomplish an arrest on the spot. Except for critical situations, crimes reported after-the-fact require detailed gathering of information for investigation. Facts and evidence developed during the investigative process must be sufficient for an arrest warrant to be issued. Often, investigative workload and priorities mean that some cases are not processed as quickly as victims perceive they should be. Knowing who is assigned to your case and providing any additional discovered information is often vital to getting a case resolved.


To speak to a detective contact our criminal investigative division at 367-1008.

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There is no better substitute than the help of an alert public. If you see, or think you saw, any of our most wanted persons listed, please call us immediately at (337) 364-1711 and ask for a detective, or contact us by e-mail. Do not attempt to apprehend a fugitive yourself!

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