The Baton Rouge City Constable's Office under the present administration has
undergone changes that will bring the office into the modern era of operation.
Training continues to be a major focus of this administration. With the need
to have additional personnel, we have added Reserve Deputies and 22 Civilian
Volunteers. These dedicated individuals have helped the City Court system as a
A research team with efforts geared toward the back log of warrants has
allowed us to focus a maximum amount of manpower toward clearing some 57,000
warrants. We have observed some warrants to be 10 to 20 years old. The service
of our Reserves and Volunteers giving over 5000 man-hours to the Constable's
Office really helps us in our everyday operation, and saves your tax dollars
that would be used towards overtime.
The community services division operates under the office motto, "Service
Above and Beyond". It has made a significant difference in our community. We are
very proud of the impact it is making in people's lives.
The restructuring of the Constable's Office has allowed us to focus attention
in areas of serious need. We have lived within a budget that has seen
significant reduction since the beginning of this administration.
Our responsibilities in the criminal and civil enforcement areas are
consistent with our projections. However, the garnishment collection is running
above projection. The jail operation is seeing an increase with extra efforts
being made since the amnesty program. The final phase of "locate and arrest"
began in June 2002, and is already helping clear numerous warrants. The
networking process with the additional resources is also helping in our warrant
can not adequately tell the complete story of your
Baton Rouge City Constable's Office, however if you would like to have a more
in-depth look into our operation please contact me at 225 389-3004 or visit us
at 233 St. Louis Street, Baton Rouge La, 70802.
Our mission statement tells the story, and our motto "Service Above and
Beyond" states our level of commitment to the citizens of the CITY OF BATON
Major Reginald R. Brown, Sr.