|Posted on 11/15/2017 4:39:00 PM.|
There is a new North Louisiana Crime Lab operating in Shreveport, serving 29 north Louisiana parishes. Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator says the state of the art 86-thousand-square foot North Louisiana Forensic Sciences Center should help them solve D-N-A cases much faster.
|Louisiana Forensic Sciences Center, Steve Prator, DNA|
|Posted on 10/11/2017 2:41:00 AM.|
As a result of criminal justice reform measures passed in the latest legislative session, 1,400 inmates in Louisiana will be released early from prison in November. Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator said last week that some extremely dangerous criminals could be back on our streets. But Criminal Justice Reform Field Director for the Southern Poverty Law Center John Burkhardt says that isn’t true.
|criminal justice reform, Steve Prator, John Burkhardt, Southern Poverty Law Center|
|Posted on 10/5/2017 12:07:00 PM.|
Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator is extremely concerned that criminal justice reform measures passed during the last legislative session will allow for the release of some extremely dangerous criminals in November. Prator says 192 felons will be released early from prison next month in Caddo Parish. He says Louisiana does need some reform but,
|Caddo Parish, Steve Prator, criminal justice reform|
|Posted on 6/18/2015 1:11:00 PM.|
The remnants of Tropical Storm Bill continue to dump significant amounts of rain in Texas, Oklahoma, and northwest Louisiana and officials have been told that another flood event is predicted for the Red River. Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator says it's expected that the Red will crest again in the next seven to ten days.
|Red River, flooding, Tropical Storm Bill, Caddo Parish, Steve Prator|