Department Of Justice Provides Training For Local Law Enforcement

The Louisiana Department Of Justice and Attorney General Jeff Landry provided a training class for local law enforcement Thursday, April 8th at Project Celebration, Inc.
 
Many in the public do not know the breadth and depth of work that our State’s law enforcement offices do every day for the people of Louisiana. From arresting criminals to educating citizens, our personnel do instrumental work to protect our State and its people.
 
In a continued effort to further assist Louisiana citizens with domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking issues-Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is excited to provide this brand new series of training for law enforcement officers.
 
The Attorney General’s Office goal is to highlight examples of communities striving to achieve the highest standards of victim-centered care and offender accountability. Together – we can reduce gender-based violence, hold perpetrators accountable, and give victims the compassion, support, and justice they deserve.
 
This one-day training course examines and explores best practices on issues like trauma, diversity/bias awareness, strangulation, report writing, and pandemic response.
 
Sheriff Aaron Mitchell of the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office thanks the Attorney General’s Office and PCI for providing this training for our law enforcement officers.
 
SOURCE: SPSO
 

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