National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network This page is a way for Honor Guard Units and personnel, from across the nation, to be able to communicate with each other and gather information

This page was made for Honor Guard Units across the nation to network, gather information, and take pride in the details they do. The page admin has no problems with member's posting information cause the more we as LEO's know the better we can take steps to prevent incidents. All we ask is that no Nudity or profane items be posted. Admin reserves the rights to delete inappropriate post or pictures. Admin also reserves the right to delete anyone from the group if needed.

Mission: Our Mission is to gather as much information to be able to provide Honor Guard Units with as much information as possible. Also we attempt to help law enforcement in need..

St. Martin Parish Fire District
11/22/2019

St. Martin Parish Fire District

Firefighters Honored at Gala!

Last night, firefighters from the st Martin Parish Fire District were honored by the Lafayette General Health System at their 5th Annual Hero Awards Gala because of their dedication in saving a life in a recent rescue.

On September 25, 2018, firefighters from our Part Time Staff, Breaux Bridge, Cecilia, and Henderson Volunteer Fire Departments responded to Interstate 10 for a crane that had fallen on a vehicle. These firefighters responded rapidly and began to extricate a trapped victim. After tirelessly working on this rescue, the trapped patient was accessible and transferred to Acadian Ambulance Services. The patient was transferred to Lafayette General Hospital.

7 firefighters were recognized for their efforts, 3 were in attendance. In the photo are Jeremy Melancon, Fire District Coordinator Brody Miller and Theodore Thibodeaux. Not able to attend were Chris Guidry, Blake Menard, Richard Scott Nicolle, and Nick Potier.

#smpfd #stmartinparishfiredistrict #firefighter #firerescue

Gr8 Neighbor: JPSO Deputy uses fallen officer’s patrol car to lift others up
11/19/2019
Gr8 Neighbor: JPSO Deputy uses fallen officer’s patrol car to lift others up

Gr8 Neighbor: JPSO Deputy uses fallen officer’s patrol car to lift others up

When a police officer loses their life in Louisiana, fellow officers pay tribute, usually at an annual memorial. But, one Jefferson Parish deputy decided to take it a step further, putting a photo of the fallen officer on the side windows of an old patrol unit car.

Enjoy your retirement. Thank you for your service!
11/17/2019

Enjoy your retirement. Thank you for your service!

On Friday, employees of the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office celebrated the career of Detective Wendy Walden at her surprise retirement lunch.
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Detective Walden came to the SMPSO in 1991 and will retire at the end of this month.
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The lunch was complete with gumbo, retirement gifts, and heartfelt words of love and appreciation from fellow deputies who have been through a lot together with Detective Walden over their years of service.
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Walden addressed the assembly by summing up her experience with the SMPSO.
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“I didn’t know that 28 years ago my life would change like this, for the better. I have worked at a job that I loved.”
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Retirements are difficult for law enforcement officers. The experiences that are shared on the job are stressful and many times life-threatening. They are experiences that most of the time the general public is not aware that has happened. This results in relationships that are very close in the “blue family.”
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That was apparent at Detective Walden’s retirement celebration, with many tears and hugs exchanged as well as stories and laughs.
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We will miss you, Detective Wendy Walden. You have served the SMPSO and the people of St. Mary well with your professionalism and positivity.
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#DetectiveWendyWalden #AlwaysSmiling #AlwaysAKindWord #MakesEveryDayBetter #JobWellDone

Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office
11/16/2019

Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office

Please join us in congratulating the Second District Deputy of the Month, Deputy Acosta! Keep up the good work!

11/12/2019
Delcambre Direct Seafood

Delcambre Direct Seafood

In honor of our Veterans, from the docks in Delcambre, the playing of the National Anthem by Officer Ted Kahn of the Delcambre Police Department.

11/09/2019
Broussard Police Department

Broussard Police Department

Broussard Police Officer James Bell took an opportunity to show off some of his moves at St. Julien Jams. Please come out and join us again this upcoming Friday, November 8, 2019 as we honor Acadiana's Heroes (veterans, active military and first responders). St. Julien Jams takes place at 701 St. Nazaire in Broussard.

Hero One
11/06/2019

Hero One

We lost another officer.
Fly high young lady

St. Martinville Police Department
11/01/2019

St. Martinville Police Department

It’s shaping up to be a very SHOCKING Halloween for some officers of SMPD.

Today was taser training. Any officer in our department that carries a taser must be certified. Certification is obtained by attending a class AND being shocked by the taser for five seconds.

St. Martinville Police Department
10/25/2019

St. Martinville Police Department

Deputy Chief Cody Laperouse visited a local preschool this morning. The kids asked questions and then were invited to check out SMPD vehicles and equipment.

Good job Chief Ronald Solarie
10/25/2019

Good job Chief Ronald Solarie

Congratulations to Chief Ron Solarie of the Parks Police Department for receiving our Helping Hands Award in St.Martin Parish!

We are so thankful for your constant support and help throughout the year💜💜

Good job!
10/18/2019

Good job!

Great job to the Officers and Deputies awarded at Chez Hope “Walk in their Shoes” event last night. As well, an outstanding testimony from Ashley Addison and her survival story!!

10/15/2019
St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office

St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office

St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office Announces Dates Of Hunter Safety Courses

The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office will once again be providing the Hunter Safety Course at the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office Shooting Range located at 1381 Francois Road, St. Martinville, LA 70582. Those persons born on or after September 1, 1969, must successfully complete a Hunter Education Course in order to hunt in the State of Louisiana. The course is free of charge and is open to all ages, however, only those persons who are 10 years of age or older are eligible for certification. On Saturday, a parent or guardian must check in with instructors before leaving an unattended child, however; on Sunday, it will be mandatory that a parent or guardian remain at the facility for the duration of the class.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive their Louisiana Hunter Education Certification Card that is recognized by all states and provinces that require hunter education. Each course is limited to 25 students and students must attend both days in order to receive their certification. This is not a field day course.

Lunch will be provided by the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office on Saturday for both the September and October sessions. Please DO NOT bring any firearms or ammunition to the class.

The Date For The Class Is As Follows

Saturday, October 19, 2019 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, October 20, 2019 8:00 am – 11:00 am

To register for the course, please do so by logging on to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries website: www.wlf.louisiana.gov and click on Hunter’s Education under the Hunting Topic.

10/14/2019
St. Martinville Police Department

St. Martinville Police Department

This list of individuals from our database, chosen at random, have misdemeanor warrants. If you have any information about these individuals listed, please call the Police Department at (337) 394-3001.

If you are reading this and feel you need to remain anonymous, send your tip to St. Martin Crime Stoppers at 441-3030.

AUCOIN, HEATHER
DOB: 2/6/1977
1178 Clover Hill, Apt 206, St. Martinville
IDENTITY THEFT

CHAMP, ALBERT
DOB: 12/1/1965
420 Port Street, St. Martinville
THEFT UNDER $1000

CHANNETTE, NICOLE
DOB: 4/17/1976
2605 Jefferson Island Road, New Iberia
SIMPLE BATTERY

CHARLES, NATHANIEL
DOB: 10/25/1981
225 East Denbas Street, St. Martinville
DISTURBING PEACE FIGHT

DUGAS JR., ROGERS
DOB: 5/23/1973
319 Emery Lewis, New Iberia
THEFT OF GOODS/SUSPENDED DL

JEAN BATISTE, ARQUELLE
DOB: 2/21/1989
2331 Gracie Street, Baton Rouge
SPEEDING/FLIGHT/RESIST/RECKLESS

JONES, TRAVIS
DOB: 6/11/1990
401 Maraist Street, St. Martinville
CRIMINAL TRESPASS

MITCHELL, BERNARD
DOB: 9/18/2000
313 Honore Street, St. Martinville
DISTURBING PEACE FIGHT

SAVOY JR, CHRISTOPHER
DOB: 8/7/1998
1729 Myrtle Street, Westlake
THEFT OF GOODS

THIBODEAUX, SCOTT
10/11/1981
1000 East Bridge Street, Lot 31, Breaux Bridge
DOMESTIC ABUSE BATTERY

BIG 102.1
10/11/2019
BIG 102.1

BIG 102.1

It's time for you to nominate a Law Enforcement Officer for our 4th Annual L.E.O. Awards Gala presented by Motor City. Click the link below to nominate!

New Iberia Police Department
10/09/2019

New Iberia Police Department

October 9, 2019

RE: Release

On September 30, 2019, New Iberia Police Department’s Juvenile Investigators were notified of a complaint involving the inappropriate touching a juvenile.

During the investigation, Detectives learned that the victim, who is 11 years of age, was molested on at least three different occasions during the summer months.

On October 8, 2019, Detectives obtained arrest warrants on Jeff G. Bourque, 41 years of age, for three counts of First Degree Rape. Detectives also obtained search warrants to search Bourque’s residence for evidence.

On the afternoon of October 8th, Bourque was taken into custody, without incident, during a traffic stop near the intersection of Parkview Drive and Ashton Street.

After Bourque was taken into custody, Detectives executed the search warrant at Bourque’s residence located in the 200 block of East Lawrence Street. During a search of the residence, several items were seized.

Bourque was booked into the Iberia Parish Jail on the warrant.

The investigation is on-going and more charges are expected.

10/09/2019
St. Martinville Police Department

St. Martinville Police Department

This list of individuals from our database, chosen at random, have failure to appear warrants. If you have any information about these individuals listed, please call the Police Department at (337) 394-3001.

If you are reading this and feel you need to remain anonymous, send your tip to St. Martin Crime Stoppers at 441-3030.

ADDISON, PAIGE
DOB: 9/15/1980
331 Fuselier Street, Arnaudville
FTA SHOPLIFTING

BERRY, COREY
DOB: 12/4/1977
620 Ethel Street, St. Martinville
FTA RESIST/REMAIN AFTER FORBIDDEN

CROSS, PAUL
DOB: 7/11/1998
131 Washington Street, St. Martinville
FTA NO DL/IMPEDING FLOW

FRANCIS, JAROD
DOB: 6/27/199
1610 Railroad Street, St. Martinville
FTA SHOPLIFTING

JEAN LOUIS, ROY
DOB: 8/22/1987
1012 South Main Street, St. Martinville
FTA SIMPLE CRIMINAL DAMAGE

MARSHALL, KATRINA
DOB: 3/5/1989
709 Ledoux Street, St. Martinville
FTA Cruelty to Animals

OPPENHEIMER, KEVIN
DOB: 4/3/1967
1717 Hopland Plan Drive, New Iberia
FTA DISOBEYING TRAFFIC LIGHT

ROBERTSON, KIM
DOB: 9/8/1964
251 Armentine Cove, Breaux Bridge
FTA DISOBEYING STOP SIGN

TAYLOR, PAULINE
DOB: 5/1/1996
304 West Park Street, St. Martinville
FTA SIMPLE CRIMINAL DAMAGE

WILLIS, JASON
DOB: 7/11/1983
212 West Hyacinth Street, St. Martinville
FTA DISTURBING THE PEACE FIGHT

Harris County Sheriff's Office
10/03/2019

Harris County Sheriff's Office

Thousands gathered for services for Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal at The Berry Center of Northwest Houston on October 2, 2019. Deputy Dhaliwal was fatally shot while conducting a traffic stop on Friday afternoon.

Survive the Streets: A Page for Cops
09/28/2019

Survive the Streets: A Page for Cops

TX - Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal, 42, was shot from behind and killed during a traffic stop.
A suspect is in custody.
Deputy Dhaliwal was the first member of the local Sikh community to join the sheriff's office, and had recently returned from a volunteer mission in Puerto Rico. He was a ten year veteran of the agency.
Deputy Dhaliwal was a son, a brother, and a friend. He was a husband, and father to three children.
(From The Rural Badge)

Louisiana COPS
09/20/2019

Louisiana COPS

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Mandeville Police Department and families of the Officers.

We ask that you kindly remember that notification to family takes time, out of respect for the family and friends of the Fallen Officer and injured Officer please do not post names in your sharing on social media until an official public release has been made.

008 magazine
08/24/2019

008 magazine

Read about Shelley Landry in 008 magazine "Military Spotlight" in the Aug-Sept. issue of 008 magazine. Now with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office, she retired from the Louisiana National Guard, where she served as an executive administrative assistant to the brigade commander and completed two tours in Baghdad, Iraq. Online at: 008magazine.com #military #LouisianaNationalGuard #NationalGuard #Army Keep up with 008 and like our page. https://www.facebook.com/008magazine/

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network
07/17/2019

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network

07/17/2019
Iberia Parish Fire District #1

Prayers to Iberia SO

Fire District #1 would like to send our deepest condolences to the Lancon family and IPSO at this time.

Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Dept.
07/12/2019

Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Dept.

Reposted from Louisiana State Fire Marshal;
This Burn Ban is now officially in effect.

Please refrain from discarding any loose brush, limbs, etc. with fire as you prepare your homes and properties for the arrival of #TropicalStormBarry.

After the storm has passed, please also refrain from discarding any affected brush, limbs, trees, etc. with fire until this Burn Ban has been lifted.

Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry
Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
Governor John Bel Edwards

Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Dept.
07/12/2019

Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Dept.

Emergency response will be delayed during the storm. Be prepared! Have non perishable food and bottled water available. Generators should be run outside away from Windows and doors. Do NOT run a generator under your carport or garage! Store fuel in a safe place away from your home. And please help your neighbor if they should need!

Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office
07/11/2019

Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office

***WARRANT WEDNESDAY***
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office would like the public’s help to locate the following individual with outstanding warrants.

WANTED: Mark Bon (32) - Bon has active warrants for Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile.

If you know Bon's whereabouts, or have any other information related to this individual, please contact the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office at (337) 232-9211, Crime Stoppers at (337) 232-TIPS(8477) or you can submit an anonymous tip on the Lafayette Sheriff App.

Louisiana Law Enforcement Support
07/10/2019

Louisiana Law Enforcement Support

We are honoring ST Vincent by changing our profile picture so people remember his face and his life over blasting the picture of the person responsible for his death. We ask that you also show your support for his family and change your profile picture too

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network
07/10/2019

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network

Great job Henderson PD
07/09/2019

Great job Henderson PD

On the night of July 8, 2019, a traffic stop was conducted at the intersection of Old Henderson Highway and Henderson Highway on a vehicle that was traveling 48MPH in 25MPH zone. Contact was made with the driver of the vehicle, 37 year old Homer J John from the 1000 blk of Batiste St, was found to be in possession of 98.7 grams of methamphetamine and also 87.3 grams of marijuana. John was booked into the St.Martin parish Jail for the following:
LRS 40:966A (1) POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE SCHEDULE I MARIJUANA (87.3g), LRS 40:967 POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE SCHEDULE II METHAMPHETAMINE (98.7g)

07/01/2019
Natchitoches Police Department

Natchitoches Police Department

Cobblestones Childhood Development Center visits Natchitoches Police Departrment

St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office
06/30/2019

St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office

Back a few weeks ago, we posted about this honor:
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"On May 5- May10, Sgt. Chris Veillion, with the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office K-9 Division, and his partner, K-9 Buddy, attended the National Narcotic Detector Dog Association’s National Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. Veillion and K-9 Buddy placed 4th in the Patrol Dog competition."
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This week, Sgt. Veillion presented Sheriff Blaise Smith with the plaque for the Sheriff’s Office to commemorate the accomplishment. Veillion and K-9 Buddy are pictured with the beautiful glass trophy they won in the competition.
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The SMPSO K-9 Section has grown from 1 to 4 dogs this spring. The handlers make a big commitment when they become K-9 handlers as they are with their dogs around the clock.
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“It’s like having a new baby,” explains Veillion about the commitment to become a K-9 handler. David Leonard, Jr., Luke Marino, and Corey Cudd also understand this depth of commitment as SMPSO K-9 deputies. The SMPSO now has a K-9 unit available on every shift.
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We want to say a big “thank you” to Sgt. Veillion and all our hard-working, hard-training handlers and their dogs!
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#VeillionAndBuddy #MarinoAndChara #LeonardAndVickie #CuddAndJace #theHoundsFromHeaven #SuperSniffers #CantHideDrugsFromThesePups #PatrolPupsOnDuty #AwardWinningK9Buddy

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