How quickly a year passes. It hardly seems it was a year ago, July 1, 2012, when I was sworn in as sheriff of St. Bernard Parish and Richard Baumy took his oath of office as Chief Deputy, the position I had held under retired Sheriff Jack A. Stephens. It was a year in which we accomplished many things and fulfilled pledges made to the public. And, of course, we owe a debt of gratitude
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In the NEWS

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Sheriff’ deputies Skyler Rauch and Scott Saigeon receive Kiwanis Life-Saver Award for rescuing a juvenile girl from an older Tennessee man who drove here to meet her after connecting on the Internet

August 27, 2015 -

When two St. Bernard Parish sheriff’s deputies stopped an older Tennessee man in a vehicle with a 15-year-old girl the night of June 24 as they were about to leave… Continue Reading »»

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Chalona Dr. 62R

August 27, 2015 -

On August 26, 2015, the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to 3016 Chalona Drive, in reference to a Residential Burglary. The victim advised someone made forced entry breaking his… Continue Reading »»

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DWI check point in St, Bernard Parish on Thursday night .2

August 24, 2015 -

Sheriff’s Office to hold DWI checkpoint in St. Bernard Parish Thursday night. Aug. 27 The St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office will hold a DWI checkpoint on Thursday night, Aug. 27,… Continue Reading »»

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Public Awareness and Officer Safety

August 18, 2015 -

To improve public awareness and help with officer safety on St. Bernard Hwy. at Docville Farms in Violet. The Meraux Foundation purchased two signs and stands to alert motorist of… Continue Reading »»

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St. Bernard School Openings

August 5, 2015 -

St. Bernard Parish schools start Tuesday, Aug. 11, and Sheriff James Pohlmann is reminding drivers to think safety, including, obeying school zone speed limits in the mornings and afternoons. “Besides… Continue Reading »»

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Two free events in July to teach young people ages 11-19 and adults 21 and over about basic disaster preparedness; Call St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office at 278-7628 to register
Sheriff’s Office seeking applications from residents interested in a career in law enforcement and to help their community

St. Bernard Parish residents interested in a career in law enforcement should consider applying for employment with the Sheriff’s Office...
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Beginning March 2, all citations issued by SBSO can be paid online at the Sheriff’s Office at sbso.org as well as at the sheriff’s annex building up to 5 working days before the court date

Beginning on Monday, March 2, all citations issued by the Sheriff’s Office can be paid online at the Sheriff’s Office web site at sbso.org... Continue Reading »»



Sheriff's Office asks residents and businesses with outdoor surveillance cameras to register in a database.

Sheriff James Pohlmann is... Continue Reading »»