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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
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Eugene Brown (14)
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Eugene Brown age 14 (D.O.B. July 29, 1996)


Address P O Box 1803 Monroe Louisiana 71210 1803
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For complete details please contact Host Sgt. Ricky Bacle.at (318) 327-1317, Ricky.Bacle@opso.net, or.Click Here.Address: P.O. Box 1803, Monroe, Louisiana 71210-1803 Phone:(318) 329-1200 email: sheriff@opso.net.var sc_project=4978238; var sc_invisible=1; var sc_partition=57; var sc_click_stat=1; var sc_security="de205c40";.

Free Archery Lessons taught by area archers.Hot Dogs and refreshments for all kids free of charge.All archery equipment provided at clinic.Should your child have their own archery equipment they may bring it.3D Life sized targets.Kids under 10 must be accompanied by an adult during the clinic.Participation gift given to all shooters.Fun, Fun, Fun Day.Phone: 318-376-7111.E-mail:.archery@opso.net.Contact: Scott Smith.Saturday December 18th, 2010 10:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m.Free Archery Lesson For Kids 6 to 16 years of age. $190.50 fine.for each child not buckled up.Share the Road.Traffic volumes increase significantly during the holidays. You will have to share the road with other cars, as well as heavy trucks, buses, campers, vans and vehicles towing boats or trailers. Keep the following points in mind:.keep a safe following distance between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. This gives you a safe stopping distance should the vehicle in front of you stop suddenly;.be patient. Trucks and towing vehicles travel slower. If you're traveling behind a slower vehicle, wait for a passing lane or until you can see clear road ahead of you and enough space to overtake safely. When overtaking a larger vehicle, dont slow down quickly or cut in too closely. Larger vehicles take a longer time to brake and you could end up getting hit from behind.Drive safely this holiday season!.Uniform Patrol Division.Ouachita Parish Sheriffs Office.PRESS RELEASE.(December 13 @ 9:15am).Saturday, December 18th, 2010.Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office.Archery Range.Sheriff Royce Toney and his staff presents this free archery clinic as well as future clinics for 2010 at the new OPSO Archery Range located in West Monroe. This range has been developed for the community which offers archery for every gender and age. The range has its own Youth Area which allows for shots close for beginners all the way out for the experienced youth. During this clinic your child will learn the basic skills needed to shoot a bow properly and safely. Local archers will be on hand to provide all the assistance needed to have your child shooting with confidence. Following the clinic each child will be treated to a good ole hot dog lunch.

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If carrying cash, keep it in a front pocket. This makes it more difficult for a pickpocket to remove.Store car keys in a pant or jacket pocket. If your purse is stolen, you will still be able to drive home.Take only one or two credit cards and a couple of checks with you.Make a list of all credit card numbers and the numbers to call in case they are lost or stolen. This will make the incident a lot easier to report.If you feel uneasy returning to your car alone, find a security guard and ask him to walk you to your car. In light of these factors, Sheriff Toney warns shoppers to be on their guard so that they do not become one of the tens of millions of people a year who are victimized by some sort of criminal activity. Across the U. S., malls and shopping centers are heightening security measures by hiring additional security personnel and installing surveillance cameras in areas such as parking lots and entrance ways.Unfortunately, when shopping, people sometimes have a tendency to become distracted and lose sight of their personal safety, said Sheriff Toney . However, there are several precautions busy shoppers can take to help eliminate their chances of becoming a crime statistic. Those safety precautions include:.Always try to shop with another person. A single shopper is the ultimate target for theft.When going shopping, make sure you tell someone where you are going and what time you expect to return home.Plan ahead. If you know you are going to return to your car after nightfall, park in a well-lit area. Note your parking place. Parking lots has a tendency to look very different as cars come and go.If you are in a store and sense that you are being followed, locate a store employee or security personnel. Be prepared to give them a complete description of the person you suspect.

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The NWTF works to preserve Americas hunting heritage by creating opportunities for youth and adults so more families may enjoy America's greatest outdoor tradition and promote responsible conservation and wildlife management. The shooting opportunities that will be provided by this partnership will be a valuable resource for both those new to shooting and long-time shooters in the community.Im a strong believer in T.E.A.M. together everyone achieves more and this facility is a tremendous example of what we can accomplish with winning partnerships with groups like the NWTF, said Sheriff Royce Toney. It is important that we work to get kids off their laptops and cell phones and back into the outdoors; this facility will give us one more way to make that a reality. Have a Fun Day Learning a New and Exciting Sport.PRESS RELEASE.(December 7 @ 7:03am).-- NWTF Helps Build State-of-the-Art Shooting Facility.Louisiana State NWTF Chapter presents Sheriff Toney the $50,000 check to build a state-of-the-art solar-powered sporting clay course at the Sheriff Offices shooting and archery facility.The National Wild Turkey Federation has partnered with the Ouachita Parish Sheriffs Office to build a state-of-the-art solar-powered sporting clay course at the sheriff offices shooting and archery facility. Through a $50,000 donation from the Louisiana State NWTF Chapter, the shooting and archery facility will help youth, women and hunters with disabilities have more opportunities to learn the safe, ethical and responsible aspects of shooting sports.We are extremely proud to be partnering with Sherriff Toney and his office, said Joe Walter, president of the Louisiana State Chapter of the NWTF. This is going to be an amazing shooting facility that will create a lot of new shooters and hunters - the people who form the frontline of Americas conservation efforts.

Be courteous let others merge into traffic and use your blinkers before turning or changing lanes.Remain to the right unless passing or if you are a slower driver. Be patient and dont be provoked by other drivers aggressive behavior.Keep an Eye Out for Kids.. Watch out for children on the road. Young cyclists and pedestrians can be unpredictable and poor judges of vehicle speed.Young children may be learning to ride new bikes or playing in or near the street over the holidays.Buckle Up.. Too many family holidays are marred by tragedy when a crash occurs and people aren't properly restrained. Its the drivers responsibility to make sure that all passengers are wearing safety belts. The law requires children to be restrained in approved child seats suitable to their size and weight. There is a. Driver Fatigue.Holiday driving often means spending several hours behind the wheel. Long journeys can be tiring, and fatigue can be fatal behind the wheel. There are some simple ways to avoid fatigue and improve your alertness: .get plenty of sleep before your journey, and try to drive at times of the day when you are normally awake;.plan for rest breaks every couple of hours. Get out of your vehicle and take a short walk or do some other exercise to get your blood flowing and improve alertness. If you feel tired, take a short nap (less than 40 minutes). If possible, share the driving;.dont drink and drive, speed, talk on cell phones or text while driving. Many fatigue-related crashes also involve these two factors.lower the temperature in your car. Cool air will keep you more alert and will help avoid frustration and stress, which is a major cause of fatigue. Make sure your air conditioning is set to the fresh air mode.Keep your Cool.Driving can be a frustrating experience at the best of times. Add in busy roads and rude drivers and your patience can evaporate very quickly. For safetys sake don't let that happen. There are simple and easy ways to keep your cool and stay in control:.

Vehicle Preparation and Packing.. Have your vehicle checked before traveling. Many garages offer safety checks for tire tread and pressure, lights, brakes, cooling systems and other components. Make sure everything is securely stowed when you pack your vehicle. Even small objects can become dangerous missiles in the event of a sudden stop or a crash. If youre towing a trailer or caravan, load heavy objects evenly over all of the axles.Trailers and Caravans.Check all towing attachments and make sure the couplings are compatible. Also remember to check the safety chain, trailer lights, tires and brakes. Keep right and pull over when it is safe to let other vehicles pass. When returning to your car, check around it and in the back seat.Have your car keys in your hand to avoid spending unnecessary time unprotected from the security of your vehicle.By taking these simple, safety precautions, you are kicking off your holiday season in a responsible, savvy way. Dont let some would-be criminal ruin your holiday season. Be on guard!.PRESS RELEASE.(November 22 @ 10:30pm).-- Online Property Tax Payments Starts NOW!.The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office has.started taking property tax payments online. The payment processing center has been set up and can be accessed by clicking here:. Ouachita.Propertytaxonline.Net.The data for each taxpayer has been transferred to the system and is online. We hope that you can benefit from the convenience of the Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office Online Property Tax Payment System.NEWS-- OPSO wants the public to be aware of these Holiday Driving Safety Tips.Driving during the holidays does not have to be stressful or dangerous. By planning ahead, packing and preparing properly, and allowing plenty of time for long trips you can help ensure your safety on the road.

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Shoppers make their lists and check them twice. But, they are probably neglecting to check their safety. Just how safe is shopping at this time of the year? Perhaps not nearly as safe as people assume it to be, according to Sheriff Toney, especially if people shop alone.This time of year has a tendency to attract more shopping-related criminal activity because of larger crowds and extended store hours. These factors, combined with the usual distractions related to shopping, create a more favorable environment for petty thieves and other offenders. Web counter. WWW.OPSO.NET. OPSO Event Calendar.December 2010.Events.Dec-17.Holiday Shoppers Safety.Dec-16.Holiday Driving Safety Tips.Dec-13.Free Archery Kids Clinic.Dec-11.NWTF Donation.Dec-09.SCAT Buy/Bust.Dec-09.Burglary and Theft.RECOVERY.TRACK THE MONEY.The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).Section 1511 Certification.Letter Work Release PGM.NEWS-- Sheriff Royce Toney advises holiday shoppers, Deck the malls with safety first.The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Department SCAT team has once again begun their annual Santa Claus patrol. This unique patrol involves members of this unit wearing plain clothes and using unmarked vehicles to frequent retail stores and parking lots that are busy with holiday shoppers. Members of the SCAT team spend hours patrolling and walking through these retail stores targeting shoplifters, robbers and burglars.

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Or call (800) THE-NWTF.PRESS RELEASE.(Nov 10 @ 11:30am).-- NRA Law Enforcement HANDGUN.Instructor Development School.Ouachita Parish Sheriff Office Public Range will host a NRA Law Enforcement HANDGUN Instructor Development School, January 24-28, 2011.The NRA was created in 1871 to promote firearm safety, training, and competitive proficiency. This commitment has continued and evolved to include law enforcement-specific training in 1960, with the creation of the Law Enforcement Activities Division. These schools are intended for public and private law enforcement officers and military personnel who are currently assigned, or are about to be assigned, to duties as law enforcement firearm instructors. The partnership to build the shooting facility is a perfect example of the NWTFs Hunting Heritage Super Fund dollars at work. Since 1985 volunteers in Louisiana have raised and spent $2,095,817 on projects within the state through the Louisiana Hunting Heritage Super Fund.About the NWTF: The NWTF is a nonprofit conservation organization that works daily to further its mission of conserving the wild turkey and preserving our hunting heritage.Through dynamic partnerships with state, federal and provincial wildlife agencies, the NWTF and its members have helped restore wild turkey populations across the country, spending more than $331 million to conserve 15.9 million acres of habitat for all types of wildlife. The NWTF works to increase interest in the outdoors by bringing new hunters and conservationists into the fold through outdoor education events and its outreach programs Women in the Outdoors, Wheelin Sportsmen, JAKES and Xtreme JAKES.The NWTF was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in Edgefield, S.C. According to many state and federal agencies, the restoration of the wild turkey is arguably the greatest conservation success story in North Americas wildlife history. To learn more, visit.www.nwtf.org.

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