Uniform Patrol

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office maintains 5 Substations to provide coverage for all areas of the parish. Four shifts at each Substation maintain 24 hour a day patrol protection. The Deputies of Uniform Patrol respond to criminal complaints which are called in through our Communications Division. When not answering these calls, they patrol the business and residential areas of the community to deter and detect any criminal activities.

Emergency Calls: 911

Non-Emergency Calls:

(225) 389-5000

Burbank Substation

Captain Andrew Stevens Jr.
Deputy Shelia London, Secretary
9313 Burbank Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70820
Phone: (225) 389-5511
Fax: (225) 389-8279
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Captain Andrew Stevens Jr., commander of the Gardere substation, began his law enforcement career in July 1994 as a deputy at the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. After leaving the Parish Prison Captain Stevens was assigned to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office Special Community Anti -Crime Team (S.C.A.T.). Captain Stevens was assigned to the Sheriff’s Office Uniform Patrol Division at Kleinpeter Substation in January of 1999. Captain Stevens served as a uniform patrol officer for approximately six years, served as liaison to the coroner’s office until he was transferred back to Uniform Patrol in March of 2008. Captain Stevens was promoted to the rank of Captain in August of 2013 to command Burbank substation. In 2014 The East Baton Sheriff’s Office established Gardere Substation located at 3777 L’Auberge Crossing, Baton Rouge, La. 70820. Captain Stevens has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement from Southern University.

 

Burbank Substation opened in April 2005 and is located in the Burbank Crossing Shopping Center at 9313 Burbank Drive. There are approximately 40 Deputies assigned, that include Patrol, Traffic, Clerical and Communications personnel. Patrol Deputy's answer all calls west of Perkins Road and average 1000 calls for service per month.

Central Substation

Captain Bobby Dale Callender
Deputy Jennifer Sabella, Secretary
13016 Gurney Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70818
Phone: (225) 389-5177
Fax: (225) 389-8980
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Captain Bobby Dale Callender serves as the Commander of Central Substation. He began his career in law enforcement with the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office in the 1970s. His law enforcement expertise comes from working in detectives, uniform patrol, felony action, armed robbery and burglary, community policing, metro and narcotics divisions. He also worked in the jail. He left the office as a shift Lieutenant after more than a decade of service and took a position as the Chief Investigator at the Parish Attorney’s Office. While there he served as the Director of Gaming Enforcement, Director of Alcohol and Beverage Control and Director of Investigations. Callender has lived in Central his whole life.

 

Central Substation was built in November of 1978, Deputies are dedicated to protect and serve the Central area along with the entire parish, and these deputies answer all calls promptly, courteously, and professionally.

The area of protection is boundaries by Florida Boulevard to the south, the Amite River to the east, Plank Road to the west, and the East Feliciana/St. Helena parish lines to the north covering over 110 square miles. Central Substation operates with 30 uniformed Deputies, 1 clerical position, four shifts (each consisting of 7 Deputies), and a reserve roster of approximately 15 reserves.

Kleinpeter Substation

Captain Steve Young
Deputy Lynn Mason, Secretary
14431 Airline Highway
Baton Rouge, LA 70817
Phone: (225) 389-5114
Fax: (225) 389-7823
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Captain Steve Young, commander over Kleinpeter Substation, has served with the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office since 1992 in various positions in Corrections and Uniform Patrol. He was named Deputy of the Month in January 1994 while assigned to Parish Prison. That year he received certification from the LSU Basic Training Academy before being assigned to Kleinpeter Substation. There, he worked his way up through the ranks until being promoted Captain in February 2008. Captain Young also served as a Field Training Officer prior to being promoted to Sergeant, where most of his deputies trained are now serving as supervisors and in various specialized divisions. Throughout his 15 years at Kleinpeter he has received numerous commendations and letters of thanks from the public. He was the recipient of the Public Service Award in 2007 from the Sunrise Rotary Club of Baton Rouge. 

Kleinpeter Substation is located in the southern portion of East Baton Rouge Parish. Geographically boundaried by Siegen Lane to the west, the Amite River to the East, Florida Boulevard to the north, and Perkins Road to the south, Kleinpeter Deputies provide coverage to the largest and most heavily populated areas of the parish.

The actual patrol area covers an area of approximately 80 square miles and has an area resident population of approximately 100,000.

The Kleinpeter Substation operates with 33 uniformed deputies, four shifts (each consisting of 8 deputies), and the Substation Commander. One clerical position is also assigned to the substation.

Scotlandville Substation

Captain Frederick Thomas
Deputy Robin M. Rogers, Secretary
1270 Rosenwald Baton Rouge, LA 70807
Phone: (225) 389-5105
Fax: (225) 389-7829
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Captain Frederick L. Thomas, commander over Scotlandville Substation, has been in the field of Law Enforcement with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office for over 22 years. Captain Thomas joined the Sheriff’s Office after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Grambling State University in 1989. Captain Thomas is also a graduate of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety-School of Police Staff and Command. Captain Thomas began his career at the office in Corrections. He transferred to Uniform Patrol after completing the LSU Basic Law Enforcement Academy. In February of 2008, Captain Thomas was promoted to the rank of Captain and assigned to command over Scotlandville Substation. Currently, Captain Thomas is an active member of Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity Inc. and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Captain Thomas is a combat veteran retired after 26 years of service with the Louisiana Army National Guard. In serving his country in support of “Operation Iraqi Freedom”, Captain Thomas earned the Combat Action Badge. Captain Thomas is married to the former Desireé Honoré and is the father of two. He is a member of Living Faith Christian Center.

Scotlandville Substation was established in 1974, to service the northern portion of the parish, which covers roughly 75 square miles. The boundaries are from Plank Road to the east, the Mississippi River to the west, Florida Boulevard to the south, and the East Feliciana parish line to the north. The Sub-Station is also located in the heart of Scotlandville, which houses Southern University (www.subr.edu), one of the two major universities in Baton Rouge.

Scotlandville Sub-Station is composed of 1 Commander, 1 Secretary, 16 uniformed Deputies, consisting of 4 shifts with 4 Deputies per shift. The Sub-Station also has 14 Reserve Deputies that periodically patrol to help assist with the increased number of calls, which is estimated to be around 650 calls per month.

The Deputies are responsible for answering calls in a prompt and professional manner when called upon. Deputies also assist the Warrant Division with issuing misdemeanor and felony warrants that are issued within the zoned area. The number of warrants served is estimated to be 300 warrants per month, resulting in the capture and booking of some of Baton Rouge's most wanted criminals. Due to the recent catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina, the FEMA trailer park (Renaissance Village) has been located within the Sub-Stations patrol area. The Deputies are responsible for making periodic checks on the park, to insure that all residents and FEMA property are safe and secure.

Zachary-Plains Substation

Captain Frederick Thomas
Deputy Robin M. Rogers, Secretary
1270 Rosenwald Baton Rouge, LA 70807
Phone: (225) 389-5105
Fax: (225) 389-7829
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Captain Frederick L. Thomas, commander over Scotlandville Substation, has been in the field of Law Enforcement with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office for over 22 years. Captain Thomas joined the Sheriff’s Office after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Grambling State University in 1989. Captain Thomas is also a graduate of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety-School of Police Staff and Command. Captain Thomas began his career at the office in Corrections. He transferred to Uniform Patrol after completing the LSU Basic Law Enforcement Academy. In February of 2008, Captain Thomas was promoted to the rank of Captain and assigned to command over Scotlandville Substation. Currently, Captain Thomas is an active member of Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity Inc. and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Captain Thomas is a combat veteran retired after 26 years of service with the Louisiana Army National Guard. In serving his country in support of “Operation Iraqi Freedom”, Captain Thomas earned the Combat Action Badge. Captain Thomas is married to the former Desireé Honoré and is the father of two. He is a member of Living Faith Christian Center.

Scotlandville Substation was established in 1974, to service the northern portion of the parish, which covers roughly 75 square miles. The boundaries are from Plank Road to the east, the Mississippi River to the west, Florida Boulevard to the south, and the East Feliciana parish line to the north. The Sub-Station is also located in the heart of Scotlandville, which houses Southern University (www.subr.edu), one of the two major universities in Baton Rouge.

Scotlandville Sub-Station is composed of 1 Commander, 1 Secretary, 16 uniformed Deputies, consisting of 4 shifts with 4 Deputies per shift. The Sub-Station also has 14 Reserve Deputies that periodically patrol to help assist with the increased number of calls, which is estimated to be around 650 calls per month.

The Deputies are responsible for answering calls in a prompt and professional manner when called upon. Deputies also assist the Warrant Division with issuing misdemeanor and felony warrants that are issued within the zoned area. The number of warrants served is estimated to be 300 warrants per month, resulting in the capture and booking of some of Baton Rouge's most wanted criminals. Due to the recent catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina, the FEMA trailer park (Renaissance Village) has been located within the Sub-Stations patrol area. The Deputies are responsible for making periodic checks on the park, to insure that all residents and FEMA property are safe and secure.

Pride-Chaneyville Substation

Captain Richard Harris
Deputy Connie Schroeder, Secretary
12828 Jackson Road Zachary, LA 70791
Phone: (225) 389-8985
Fax: (225) 389-8988
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Captain Richard Harris, Commander of Pride Chaneyville Substation, has served the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office since 1984. He successfully completed the LSU Basic Academy and LSU Law Institute Academy. He started in Corrections until being transferred to Uniform Patrol at Central Substation and later to Scotlandville Substation. He worked his way up through the ranks and in February 2008 he was promoted to Commander of the Zachary Pride Substation which was later moved and renamed as Zachary Plains Substation. Captain Harris was given the opportunity oversee the opening of Pride Chaneyville Substation and proudly serves as Commander.

Pride Chaneyville Substation opened December 14, 2011, at 12828 Jackson Road, Zachary, LA. There are twelve Deputies assigned to the substation; four shifts consisting of 3 Deputies per shift. Deputies provide protection from the Amite River to the East, Plank Road to the West, the East Feliciana Parish Line to the North and the north side of Denham Road to the South.

The Reserve Division, under the direction of Captain Blair Nicholson, is also housed at the Pride Chaneyville Substation. There are approximately 60 Reserve Deputies who are assigned to either Uniform Patrol at a substation or in other specialized divisions. Reserves serve by donating their time to help make E.B.R. Parish and its communities safe for all.

Traffic Section

Captain Robert Stone
Traffic Commander
1759 Physicians Park, Suite C
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Phone: (225) 389-4851
Fax: (225) 389-8387
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Captain Robert Stone, commander over the traffic division, has served with the Sheriff’s Office since 1990. He has served in many divisions including Corrections, Narcotics, Uniform Patrol and Traffic. He also currently serves as Bomb Squad Commander and a member of the Haz-Mat Team. Captain Stone has been assigned to many task forces including Traffic Fatality Team, SWAT, Dignitary Protection and Honor Guard. He teaches in many capacities such as In Service, Corrections and C.A.R.T.A. and has numerous certifications in Instruction, Traffic and Explosives/Hazardous Materials.

Traffic Division of the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office is dedicated in enforcing all traffic laws for the safety of all citizens and motorists of the parish. It is also dedicated to submit timely and accurate data for research and safety planning for further projects.

The Traffic Section is composed of twelve full-time and four reserve deputies who work in conjunction with Central, Kleinpeter and Scotlandville substations on all criminal calls within the parish.

Traffic Division Responsibilities

  • Parade Permit Issuance - for all parades outside of the city limits.
  • Hit & Run Investigations - public roadways and private property.
  • Traffic Crash Investigation - on all parish roadways and private propert.
  • Traffic Homicide Unit - Four deputies are certified crash recontructionist and are on 24 hour call, investigating all traffic crashes that result in major injuries or death.

Enforcement

  • Radar/Traffic Laws - residential, school zones, business districts and special requests
  • Junk Vehicle Complaints - received through DPW/Citizen Services  

Motorcycle Section

Deputies are assigned a motorcycle within the Traffic Section and must complete a rigorous certified motorcycle course prior to patrolling on a motorcycle. Motorcycle deputies escort funeral processions and dignitaries such as the President of the United States, Vice President and others while they are in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Public Safety Awareness Programs/Check Points
  • DWI
  • Insurance
  • Seatbelt

 

 

East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office  

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