Programs

Louisiana Sheriffs’ Emergency Task Force

Northern District Coordinator-Sheriff Stephen Prator, Caddo Parish
Southern District Coordinator-Sheriff Mike Cazes, West Baton Rouge Parish
Director, Task Force and Homeland Security, Chuck Hurst
Administrator, Federal and State Funds, Sheriff Gary Bennett (Ret.)

Contact Info

Chuck Hurst
1175 Nicholson Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: 225.343.8402
Email: Chuck@lsa.org 

Louisiana Sheriffs’ and Deputies’ Political Action Committee

The Louisiana Sheriffs’ and Deputies’ Political Action Committee (LASHADPAC) was formed to give elected sheriffs and their employees a voice in the electoral process in Louisiana. All actions taken by LASHADPAC must first be approved by the Board, composed of an equal number of appointed sheriffs and elected deputies. LASHADPAC can consider candidates for all Congressional elections, statewide offices, the Louisiana Supreme Court and Court of Appeals and the Louisiana State Senate and House of Representatives.

 LASHADPAC Board of Directors

  • Chairman – Sheriff Mike Cazes, West Baton Rouge
  • Treasurer – Sheriff Greg Champagne, St. Charles Parish Parish
  • Sheriff Kevin Cobb, Franklin Parish, Vice Chairman

 Sheriff Board Members

  • Sheriff Mike Cazes, West Baton Rouge Parish
  • Sheriff Jay Russell, Ouachita Parish
  • Sheriff Tony Mancuso, Calcasieu Parish
  • Sheriff Bobby Guidroz, St. Landry Parish
  • Sheriff Kevin Cobb, Franklin Parish
  • Sheriff Mike Cazes, West Baton Rouge Parish

 Deputy Board Members

  • District 3-Frederick Yorsch, Plaquemines Parish
  • District 4-VACANCY
  • District 5-Brandon Wiltcher, District 5, Madison Parish
  • District 6-Stacey Roberts, Grant Parish
  • District 8-Christopher Ivey, Jefferson Parish
  • District 9-Pete Edwards, Iberville Parish
Contact Info

1175 Nicholson Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: 225.343.8402
Email: LASHADPAC@lsa.org

Honorary Membership Program and Louisiana Sheriffs’ Educational Foundation

The Louisiana Sheriffs’ Honorary Membership Program (LSHMP) was established in 1988 in order to build better bonds between concerned citizens, businesses, elected Sheriffs, and the communities they serve. A non-profit, professional law enforcement and educational organization, the LSHMP is dedicated to the preservation of peace and public safety of the people of Louisiana. Sixty-four sheriffs currently participate in the program, which is supported by over 49,000 private citizens who have chosen to demonstrate their support for good law enforcement by joining forces with their local sheriffs and becoming members of the program.

Its governing body consists of a seven-member board of sheriffs, and the day-to-day administration of the program and its multi-faceted educational and public services are administered by a program director. 

Chairman – Sheriff Greg Champagne, St. Charles Parish
Secretary Treasurer – Sheriff Brett Stassi, Iberville Parish
Program Director – Lauren Labbe’ Meher  E-Mail: lauren@lsa.org
Administrative Assistant, Membership Processing –  Abbey Allen E-Mail: abbey@lsa.org

Contact Info

1175 Nicholson Dr.
Suite 101,
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: 225.383.2871
Fax: 225.383.8072
Email: lauren@lsa.org

Louisiana Incident Based Reporting System

The Louisiana Incident Based Reporting System (LIBRS) is a statistical records system that collects and reports crime data via way of a LIBRS compatible Records Management System (RMS). Data can be received from participating Louisiana law enforcement agencies and affords agencies the capability to submit crime statistics to the FBI electronically. LIBRS a vital instrument in the war against crime in the capability to identify with precision when and where crime takes place, what form it takes and the characteristics of its victims and perpetrators. Law Enforcement when furnished with such information can make their case to acquire the resources it needs to combat crime. 

Contact Info

LSA Systems Manager (UCR) Danny Jackson
1175 Nicholson Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: 225.383.8342
Fax: 225.383.5998

Law Enforcement Management Information System 

The Law Enforcement Management Information System (LEMIS -IBR) is a joint project between the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement (LCLE) and the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association (LSA). This system is a free of cost law enforcement record management software solution. No software license is required and there is no database software to purchase. If your agency needs a records management software, please consider LEMIS IBR.  It allows agencies to report their incident data to the LIBRS program.