|Capt. Kevin Swann, Patrol Commander
Lt. Rockwell McLellan, Deputy Patrol Commander
The Uniform Patrol Division makes up the largest number of sworn personnel within the Slidell Police Department. The Patrol Division is also responsible for supervision of the K-9 Unit, Reserve Patrol Officers, School Traffic Control Officers, School Resource Officers, and Handicap Enforcement Officers.
The mission of the Slidell Police Department is to safeguard life and property, preserve the peace, prevent and detect crime, enforce the law, and protect the rights of all citizens. We are committed to working in partnership with the community to identify and resolve issues that impact public safety and our quality of life.
The Slidell Police Department utilizes the "Management by Goals and Objectives" style management. The Patrol Division adheres to the goals and objectives set forth in the Slidell Police Department Manual, General Order 15.2.1
In the interest of public safety and the rights of our citizens, officers utilize the following general performance objectives as a guide:
- To reduce personal injury and property damage crashes through the use of directed patrol and aggressive traffic law enforcement.
- To reduce the overall crime rate by proactive patrol, increased reporting, and investigative efforts.
- To reduce impaired driving by concentrated enforcement efforts, education, and public awareness.
The Patrol Division is responsible for the protection of the citizens and property of the City of Slidell. This division's mission is the prevention of crimes and motor accidents, and the protection of property and businesses in Slidell. The division is also responsible for the maintenance of public order in all situations that may be hazardous. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Response to request for service including emergency services
- Preventive patrol
- Criminal law enforcement
- Accident investigation
- Crime prevention efforts
- Investigation of crimes, offenses, and incidents
- Arresting offenders
- Traffic direction and control
- Developing positive relationships between the citizens of the community and this Department
Cost for Police Details:
Call for information at 985-646-6195 with at least 2 weeks notice.
$30.00 per hour, minimum 4 hours.
$40.00 per hour for traffic, minimum 4 hours.