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..

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Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs
01/09/2021

Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs

Congratulations to Sgt. Gene Meazell! Chief Cantu presented him with the Officer of the Year Award for 2020! Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to the Breaux Bridge Police Department!

Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs
10/24/2020

Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs

Congratulations to Ofc. Gerald Bouquet and Ofc. Sharay Arabie for receiving the Officer of the Quarter Award for the third quarter! Chief Cantu is presenting their award for their hard work and dedication to the Breaux Bridge Police Department. Thank you for your service!

Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs
10/09/2020

Breaux Bridge Police Department Community Affairs

Congratulations to Sgt. Amanda Polk for her 15 years of service to the Breaux Bridge Police Department. Chief Cantu is presenting her with her certificate and years of service pin. We appreciate all of her hard work and dedication to this department!

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office
09/22/2020

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office

We would like to take this time to recognize Sgt. Jon Philley with our Criminal Patrol Division.

Sgt. Philley was working a detail at the I-10 rest area on September 12 when a Good Samaritan alerted him to a nearby camper and pickup truck on fire.

Without regard for his own safety, Sgt. Philley immediately sprinted towards the danger and began banging and yelling on the camper door, waking and alerting the occupants of the camper.
While doing this, propane tanks contained in the bed of the pickup truck began to explode. Within seconds of the camper becoming engulfed in flames, all five occupants, including a 10-month-old baby, escaped the blaze without injury.
The extreme heat, flames, toxic smoke, and several explosions of propane bottles made the situation extremely dangerous, and if it was not for the swift response and bravery of Sgt. Philley, the five family members would have undoubtedly perished.

Sgt. Philley learned the family was traveling from Georgia back to Lake Charles, where they evacuated from Hurricane Laura. The family lost their home, vehicles, and all belongings in the storm, and had purchased the camper in Georgia with the intention of using it as a temporary residence.

Sgt. Philley and Lt. Loumiet, who arrived on the scene after Sgt. Philley, put together the cash they had to give to the family to purchase clothes and necessary items, and Lt. Loumiet paid for a room for the family at a local hotel.

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office welcomes first woman K-9 handler
08/21/2020
St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office welcomes first woman K-9 handler

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office welcomes first woman K-9 handler

FRANKLIN, La. (KLFY) — The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office (SMPSO) is welcoming its first-ever female K-9 handler, Danielle Wilson. According to Public Information Officer David Spence…

St. Martin Parish Fire District
08/05/2020

St. Martin Parish Fire District

We are proud to announce that the residents receiving fire protection from the Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Company will be receiving lower insurance premiums. This is because the insurance ratings for the Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Company have improved. The city limits of Breaux Bridge improved from a Class 4 to a Class 3, and the fire protection territory around the city limits of Breaux Bridge improved from a Class 5 to a Class 4!

How is this relevant? PIAL/ISO classifies communities from 1 (the best) to 10 (the worst) based on how well they score on the ISO Fire Suppression Rating Schedule, which grades such features as water distribution, fire department equipment and manpower and fire alarm facilities. ISO field representatives use the schedule when surveying a community's fire protection capability. The score that is determined from applying the Fire Suppression Rating Schedule is translated into a public protection classification. It consists of 50 points for fire department capabilities, 40 points for water supply and distribution, 10 points for receiving and handling fire alarms. The top scoring departments are career staffed in some sort of way. The Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Company is among very few departments in the State of Louisiana who can maintain low insurance rates while remaining a 100% COMPLETELY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT. This means that no member of the Fire Department receives any compensation for our hours of training of responding to emergencies.

This could not be possible without the dedication from the 26 member Department who have spent countless hours engaged in training, certifying in skills, flowing and testing hydrants, pre-planning, and responding to emergencies!

THANK YOU to the Men and women of the Breaux Bridge Volunteer Fire Company and THANK YOU to the men and women of St. Martin Parish who continue to support the St. Martin Parish Fire District.

Baton Rouge Police Department
07/17/2020

Baton Rouge Police Department

July 17, 2020, is a "Day of Remembrance," for the lost lives of Baton Rouge Law Enforcement officers. Today Baton Rouge Law Enforcement will honor those officers who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the citizens of Baton Rouge.
Baton Rouge Police Cpl. Montrell Jackson, Ofc. Matthew Gerald, and East Baton Rouge Sheriff Deputy Brad Garafola, will forever be remembered for their loyalty to serve their community, and pride for Baton Rouge Law Enforcement. These men loved their profession, and were individuals who made a difference within the Baton Rouge community.

Cpl. Montrell Jackson’s words held true in 2016. Moreover they hold true today during these trying times. "DON'T LET HATE INFECT YOUR HEART…"

We salute you today and forever Blue!

#BRStrong #OneTeam

Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal
07/08/2020

Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER ARRESTED FOR JEANERETTE HOUSE FIRE

IBERIA PARISH (July 7, 2020)- The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFM), in collaboration with the Jeanerette Fire and Police Departments, has arrested a volunteer firefighter for setting an abandoned house on fire.

Kentrelle Beasley, Jr., 18, was booked into the Iberia Parish Jail on one count of Simple Arson.

Just after midnight on Saturday, July 4, the Jeanerette Fire Department responded to a report of a residential fire in the 100 block of Nolan Duchane. The fire was actually reported by Beasley, in person, at the fire station. Beasley, who had been a volunteer firefighter with the department for three months, later showed up to the scene in his gear to assist with fire suppression efforts.

Due to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the fire, SFM deputies were requested to assist with the investigation.

After an assessment of the scene, deputies determined the fire originated on the front porch and was intentionally set.

Deputies learned that the fire chief’s suspicions about Beasley’s involvement with the fire led to her questioning him on scene which resulted in a confession. Beasley was taken into custody by Jeanerette Police to await further questioning by SFM deputies.

In an interview with investigators, Beasley again confessed to setting the home on fire and explained he did so in order to be able to help put out a fire.

Beasley was then placed under arrest in connection with the case. He was also relieved of his duty with the fire department upon arrest.
SFM Public Affairs Director- Ashley Rodrigue Contact Information- [email protected]

Leger Family organized by Tessa Credeur
07/05/2020
Leger Family organized by Tessa Credeur

Leger Family organized by Tessa Credeur

So yesterday should have been a fun time celebrating the 4th of July with family and friends, it turned tr… Tessa Credeur needs your support for Leger Family

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network
06/25/2020

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network

Baldwin Volunteer Fire Department
06/20/2020

Baldwin Volunteer Fire Department

05/31/2020
Hallelujah - Police Cover➖💙➖

Amen!!

This song goes out to all the officers that risk their lives every day to protect their community and it goes out to my dad who died doing just that. This so...

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network
05/24/2020

National Law Enforcement Honor Guard Network

Federal Tax Holiday Proposed for COVID-19 First Responders
04/07/2020
Federal Tax Holiday Proposed for COVID-19 First Responders

Federal Tax Holiday Proposed for COVID-19 First Responders

If passed, the HEROES Act would give a four-month federal income tax holiday for firefighters, EMTs, police, doctors and other emergency and health workers battling the coronavirus.

The Daily Iberian
04/03/2020
The Daily Iberian

The Daily Iberian

Iberia Parish Fire District Training Officer Brett Doumit and Firefighter Ric Hernandez talk about the precautions and procedures they follow when responding to a medical call in the time of coronavirus and COVID-19.

03/21/2020
Donald J. Trump

Donald J. Trump

THANK YOU to our Police Officers, Fire Fighters, and EMS who help us defeat the Virus every day. Our proud nation is grateful for the unwavering dedication and sacrifice of our First Responders and their families. TOGETHER we will beat this!

Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office
02/16/2020

Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Joseph Lopinto reports the arrest of Evelyn Miller, 66, on charges related to the kidnapping of her granddaughter yesterday evening from Ochsner Hospital. Just before 5:00 pm, Miller was arrested by the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office at a hotel in Bogalusa. Adreana Miller was found during the arrest, and was unharmed. Evelyn Miller will be extradited to Jefferson Parish.

We extend our appreciation to our partners in law enforcement who assisted with this investigation, including the Louisiana State Police and the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office, and to our local media and members of the public who shared the information about the incident and helped us bring it to a swift closure.

16th Judicial District Attorney
02/13/2020

16th Judicial District Attorney

PRESS RELEASE - Dylan Anthony Leblanc

Officer Parker
02/09/2020

Officer Parker

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Iberia Parish Fire District #1
01/18/2020

Iberia Parish Fire District #1

Congratulations to Brok Kupihea for being selected as the Iberia Parish Fire District #1 Career Firefighter of year. Brok has been employed with the Fire District since 2016 and has been a great asset since the 1st day he came to work. Brok is a leader of men and women in every day life. He also is an example of what great employees should strive to be in life and in their career.

Brok is married to Loren Kupihea and they have 5 children, Layne, Ani, Drew, Ruby and Ladd.

12/25/2019
St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office

St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office

In 2016, St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office Marine Patrol Deputy Camille Blanchard graciously agreed to do our Christmas Greeting video message.

We felt it was only fitting to honor him this Christmas by running it again in his memory.

We miss you Mr. Camille and your amazing smile and generous spirt shines brightly through all of us this Christmas. 💙❤️💙

12/25/2019

Merry Christmas everyone.

12/17/2019
In 48 hours 3 families, 3 agencies, 3 states, and 1 Nation experienced tragedy and horror.  3 senseless acts of violence...
12/08/2019
National FOP on Twitter

In 48 hours 3 families, 3 agencies, 3 states, and 1 Nation experienced tragedy and horror.

3 senseless acts of violence committed by 3 cowards against 3 guardians, that vowed to protect the communities that they serve. #EnoughIsEnough #TheViolenceMustEnd

https://t.co/5SkcUQ5weM

“In 48 hours 3 families, 3 agencies, 3 states, and 1 Nation experienced tragedy and horror. 3 senseless acts of violence committed by 3 cowards against 3 guardians, that vowed to protect the communities that they serve. #EnoughIsEnough #TheViolenceMustEnd”

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

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