All of us at the Bossier Sheriff's Office are concerned about the safety and well-being of the residents of Bossier Parish. The security of your family, friends, homes and property is the top priority for us all.
We have all the tools we need to combat the threat. The Neighborhood Watch program was created by the National Sheriffs Association in 1972 with financial assistance from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. The Neighborhood Watch Program was created to unite law enforcement agencies, private organizations and individuals in a massive effort to reduce residential crime. A work plan emerged for use by sheriffs, police and citizens for neighborhood-based programs that use the age-old idea of neighbor helping neighbor.
The Neighborhood Watch Program has proven to be one of the least costly and most effective tools to combat crime. The Bossier Sheriff's Office wants to encourage you to get involved in your local Neighborhood Watch Program today. The Neighborhood Watch Program teaches the techniques to recognize suspicious activity in your area. With the help of the Bossier Sheriff's Office and the training that is offered, you can make you neighborhood resistant to crime and terrorist activity.
"A good neighbor is the most effective crime prevention tool ever invented."
Call 318-965-2203 and ask for Neighborhood Watch to set up your meeting with our crime prevention deputy. Those who have a Neighborhood Watch program in place should call as well, so we can make sure that you have all the current information you need to help us serve you more effectively. Fill out our Community Crime Prevention Survey to help us in determining your needs. Email this survey to Deputy Josh Cagle
Call 318-965-2203 and ask for Neighborhood Watch, or send an e-mail message to Deputy Josh Cagle.