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BROUSSARD POLICE DEPARTMENT
MISSION STATEMENT

The Broussard Police Department is dedicated to the protection and service of it's citizens and visitors.   The police department pledges to build a partnership with all citizens in order to prevent and solve unlawful and threatening safety issues which may in any way hinder the quality of life that all citizens are entitled to.

THANK YOU FOR VISITING!

 

Online Citation Payments

We are now accepting payments online. You will need to contact Broussard Police first at 337-837-6259 and obtain your citation number and fine amount. Once you have this information, click here to visit the website where you can pay your fine online.

Latest News

Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
We would like to wish you and your families a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Broussard Police Department
Theft Suspect - Porch Pirate steals packages that delivery drivers leave on doorsteps. Help us identify this thief so we can put a stop to his activities. Contact Broussard Police with any information that can help us solve this crime.
Suggestion: Have packages delivered to a location where someone can receive them, like place of business, Especially during the holiday season when people are getting alot of deliveries.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
To all the men and women who served, thank you. Broussard police employs several active and former soldiers who help to make a great department. We truly are grateful for your service.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Trick-or-treating will be Halloween night, Saturday, October 31, from 6-8pm. Please follow these safety guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19
Broussard Police Department
City of Broussard, Louisiana
Trick-or-treating will be Halloween night, Saturday, October 31, from 6-8pm. Please follow these safety guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

• Don't wear gloves when handing out candy. Offer pre-wrapped goody bags or sanitize hands in between house visits.

• Do not participate in Halloween festivities if you are feeling ill.

• Only Trick-or-Treat with members of your household and within your own neighborhood, if possible.

• Halloween masks are not a substitute for real masks. Please ensure that proper face coverings are worn while out in public.

• Avoid activities in which germs can spread easily such as bobbing for apples or close-quartered haunted houses.

• Consider alternatives to Trick or Treating such as CDC's Zombie Survival Scavenger Hunt: https://bit.ly/3mtjJXF

For CDC guidelines and consideration, click on the following link: https://bit.ly/2HAlh32