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St. Mary Law Enforcement Officers Take On Teaching Role at School Safety Summit

 

On Tuesday, June 6, 2017, law enforcement agencies from across the parish met with school administrators at the St. Mary Schools Safety Summit. The annual gathering features guest speakers who focus on topics such as school climate, culture, safety, and security.

 

Partnered with law enforcement officers from various agencies, attendees broke out into groups to examine their action plans to respond to an active shooter event. The groups were presented with scenarios that had no right or wrong answers. The mental exercise helped participants understand what they would and could do during an active shooter event.

 

Sheriff Mark Hebert says, “I thank the superintendent, school board, principals and administrators for their willingness to take proactive steps like these training exercises to help ensure the safety of our children.”

 

Among the participating agencies pictured are the Morgan City Police Department, Franklin Police Department, Berwick Police Department, the St. Mary Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, and the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office. 

 

 

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Contact Information:

Traci Landry

Detective Lieutenant

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office

Public Information Office

985-354-0714

pio@stmaryso.com

www.stmaryso.com                


Sheriff’s Scholarship Goes to Morgan City High School Student

 

The Louisiana Sheriffs' Association Honorary Membership Program awards $500 in scholarships in each of the state's 64 parishes. This effort is a meaningful expression of the Program's confidence in, and respect for, education and training. The goal of the Program is to provide assistance to worthy Louisiana students in furthering their education and training with resources made available through the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association’s Honorary Membership Program. St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert along with the Sheriffs of Louisiana consider this scholarship program an investment in the future.

 

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office received some outstanding applications for the Sheriff's Scholarship. The 2017 St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Scholarship goes to Morgan City High School student Caylee Deshotel. The scholarship certificate was presented at Morgan City High School’s award ceremony held Wednesday evening. Deshotel will attend Louisiana State University this fall. Her major field of study is Kinesiology Pre-Medicine. Deshotel plans to become a general surgeon.

 

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Chief Deputy Scott Anslum and Scholarship Award Recipient Caylee Deshotel

 

 Contact Information:

Traci Landry

Detective Lieutenant

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office

Public Information Office

985-354-0714

pio@stmaryso.com

www.stmaryso.com


Sheriffs’ Scholarship Available to St. Mary Parish Students

As a member of the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association (LSA), Sheriff Mark Hebert offers the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Scholarship Program to students in St. Mary Parish. The LSA scholarship aids worthy Louisiana students in furthering their education and training with resources made available through the Louisiana Sheriffs' Honorary Membership Program.  

One scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded to a graduating high school student from St. Mary Parish. There are no restrictions on the purposes for which the scholarship is spent. The scholarship is not a loan and is awarded as a gift to defray the costs of tuition and related expenses for higher education. The only limitations are that applicants be permanent residents of Louisiana; that the scholarship be utilized in higher education within the state of Louisiana; and that the student be enrolled as a full-time, undergraduate student. 

Applicants must be eligible for admission to the school indicated on the application. The award will only be paid for attendance at institutions of higher learning within the state. The scholarship winner will be announced by May 1, 2017. Completed applications must be submitted to the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office by April 1, 2017.  

Applications may be obtained from either of the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Offices, on the 4th floor of the parish courthouse at 500 Main Street in Franklin or 1455 Railroad Avenue in Morgan City. Applications may also be printed online by going to www.lsa.org. Completed applications should be dropped off at the Sheriff’s Office or mailed to P.O. Box 571 Franklin, LA 70538. For more information regarding the Sheriff's Scholarship Program, contact Public Information Officer Traci Landry at 985-354-0714 or pio@stmaryso.com.

 

 

Contact Information:

Traci Landry

Detective Lieutenant

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office

Public Information Office

985-354-0714

pio@stmaryso.com

www.stmaryso.com     

 


 
 
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