Four years goes by in a hurry.
I was honored in 2012 to begin my first four-year term as sheriff of this parish with Richard Baumy as my Chief Deputy Sheriff. And I believe in those four years we have worked hard to keep St. Bernard the safest parish in the New Orleans area.
Now, as I am being sworn in June 30 for the start of a second term, I look back on my first four years...


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In the NEWS

Governor Edwards issues Stay-at-Home order

March 22, 2020 -

Governor Edwards issues Stay-at-Home order In an effort to further fight the spread of COVID-19, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has issued a “Stay-at-Home” order for the entire State of… Continue Reading »»

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office participates in ‘Gunning for a Cure’

March 20, 2020 -

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office participates in ‘Gunning for a Cure’ St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann was joined by a group of six St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office deputies and St. Bernard… Continue Reading »»

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office asks residents to make payments online

March 16, 2020 -

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office asks residents to make payments online The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to help in the fight against spreading Coronavirus by paying sales or… Continue Reading »»

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office arrest St. Bernard man

March 16, 2020 -

St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office arrest St. Bernard man in connection with undercover narcotics investigation A St. Bernard man was arrested March 12 on narcotics charges following an undercover investigation conducted… Continue Reading »»

Lt. Eric Eilers, of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Community Relations Divisio

March 10, 2020 -

Lt. Eric Eilers, of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Community Relations Division, recently visited with and read to Arabi Elementary School students in Ashley Nation’s class for Literacy Week. #sbso… Continue Reading »»

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ANNOUNCEMENTS


Aaron Johnson named chaplain for SBSO; Will attend to employees in personal crisis and help the public connect to programs

Aaron Johnson was among the volunteers who came to St. Bernard Parish to gut the battered homes of residents and otherwise help them after the flood of Hurricane Katrina.

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St. Bernard residents can get extra sheriff’s patrols at their home while on vacation or otherwise away for an extended time;

Sheriff James Pohlmann reminds residents that before they leave town for an extended trip they should call the Sheriff’s Office at 271-2501…
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Sheriff’s Office asks residents and businesses with outdoor surveillance cameras to register in a database.

Sheriff James Pohlmann is asking residents and business owners to help in… Continue Reading »»