|AARP Driver Safety Course||
A trained deputy conducts courses throughout the year for
anyone 55 and over. The AARP Driver
Course is a
4-hour refresher course on Driver Safety strategies.
For more information on the AARP Driver
Safety Course, contact Sergeant Trimble at 337-394-2672.
|Ageless Expo|| |
This annual event is sponsored by the Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Department and is held in the Spring of each year for the Senior Citizens of Saint Martin Parish (Ages 55 and up) and consists of over 30
vendors that provide information on services provided to senior citizens.
For more information on the Ageless Expo,
contact Deputy Nelson at 337-394-2671.
|Are You OK?|| |
The Are You Okay program is an automated call system designed to contact an elderly person, homebound individual or latch-key child on a daily basis that helps to reassure their well being and also give them a feeling of security.
|Child Safety Seat Technician||A certified
Child Safety Seat Technician is available to assist with proper installations
and life saving guidance as to
which child safety seat should be used, considering the age, weight, and height
of your child. |
For more information or to schedule an
appointment, contact Sergeant Trimble at 337-394-2672.
|Crime Prevention-Neighborhood Watch|
Deputies in the Special Services Department can provide residents with information on Crime Prevention and ways to keep both themselves and their property safe.
|Crisis Intervention||Several Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Office Deputies have received specialized training to become Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Officers and they are equipped to respond to persons who may be experiencing a mental health crisis event. |
The D.A.R.E. program for Saint Martin Parish is operated under the auspices of the Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Office Elderly, Youth and Community Services division within the Special Services Bureau.
|Elderly, Youth and Community Services||The Elderly, Youth and Community Services Division of the Special Services Bureau handle elderly services relations for the Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Office. |
Emergency Preparedness for Saint Martin Parish is coordinated through the Saint Martin Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (OHSEP).
|Hunter Safety Education||Hunter Education provides a foundation for safe and responsible hunting. |
|Kid's Page||Coming Soon!|
|P.O.S.T. Academy||P.O.S.T. Academy
|Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.)||The Rape Aggression Defense course
is a 6 to 8 hour course held for women 14 years and up. The objective of R.A.D. is to
develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable
considerations to the woman who is attacked. |
more information on the R.A.D. course, contact Sergeant Trimble at 337-394-2672
or Deputy Nelson at 337-394-2671.
|Scholarship Programs||Currently, there are 2 separate scholarship programs offered through the Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Office. |
|Victimís†Assistance||The Louisiana Crime Victims Reparations Fund helps innocent victims and their families when they have no other means of paying for the financial cost of a crime. The fund is administered by the Crime Victims Reparations Board under the jurisdiction of the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement. |
|Working Inmate Road Crews:|| |
The St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office operates a working inmate road crew program where inmate workers are assigned to various crews with a supervising deputy that performs litter abatement and street level beautification such as grass cutting and the re-painting of curbs and cross-walks throughout the parish.
|Yellow DOT Program:|| The Yellow Dot program is a safety program that is the first of its kind in Louisiana. The program is designed to assist citizens and First Responders in the event of an automobile accident or other medical emergency involving the participant's vehicle.
The Saint Martin Parish Sheriff's Office offers a number of events and services for the Youth of Saint Martin Parish.