Information for Parents

The mission of the Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center is to provide a safe and restrictive environment for juveniles requiring secure residential detention and to insure that those detained will be available for scheduled court hearings.

The atmosphere of the detention facility shall be such that the youth will not be physically, emotionally or psychologically injured or damaged by the detention experience. The programs in the detention plan shall be developed to meet every youth’s physical, emotional, religious, educational and social needs.

The youth’s medical, dental and mental health needs will be handled as necessary on an emergency or immediate care basis. The detention program shall facilitate a continuum of care by providing necessary referrals for follow-up services.

 

Visitation
Youth Mail
Arresting Agencies
Judicial Courts


Visitation:

General Information:

Visitation is held weekly on Wednesday and Sunday.  Parents, guardians, grandparents and siblings over the age of 18 are allowed to visit the youth.  A picture identification is required for entry.  Special visitations are only permissible when approved in advance by the Director of Operations.

Visitation Schedule:

The amount of time each youth is allowed visitation is determined by their position within our level system.  Level one youth are allowed one hour of visitation per visit.  Youth achieving level two earn an additional one-half hour.   Level three youth receive two hours of visitation per visit.

Wednesday:

7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.           Level One Youth
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.           Level Two
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.           Level Three Youth

Sunday:

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.           Level One Youth
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.           Level Two Youth
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.           Level Three Youth

Visitation Dress Code:

Due to the nature of our facility and the age of our clients we have implemented a visitation dress code.  Visitors found not in compliance with the established dress code will be denied access to visitation.

Restricted items include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Sunglasses
  • Baseball caps
  • Tank tops
  • Short shorts or skirts
  • Low cut shirts
  • Vulgar or obscene graphics
  • Gang markings

 

Consent to Search and Contraband:

By entering the premises, all visitors are consenting to a general search.  This is done to protect our staff and the youth in our care.  Visitors in possession of restricted items will not be allowed access until the items are secured in their personal vehicles.  Car keys and IDs may be left with the visitation check in desk or in personal vehicles.

Restricted items include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Electronic Devices:  Cell phones, iPods, headsets, Bluetooth items, etc.
  • Sharp Objects:  Pocket knives, manicure scissors, ink pens, etc.
  • Lighters, matches, cigarettes and other tobacco products


Youth Mail:

Incoming Mail to Youth

  • The center’s address is: 28528 Highway 190, Covington, LA 70433
  • Neatly print the youth’s name on the front of the envelope.
  • Do not put stickers or other appliqués on envelopes or letters.  Stickers, appliqués and stamps are removed before mail is distributed.
  • Do not include pictures or other unauthorized items within the envelope.  Any unauthorized items will be stored with the youth’s personal possessions and will be returned upon release.
  • Do not mail packages to detained youth.  Any unauthorized package will be denied and returned to sender.
  • All mail is distributed to youth the same day it is received.

Outgoing Mail from Youth:

  • Mail is uncensored.
  • All youth are allowed to write letters during free time.  The number of letters each youth is allowed is determined by their position within our level system.
    • 2 letters each week              Level One Youth
    • 3 letters each week              Level Two Youth
    • 4 letters each week              Level Three Youth


Arresting Agencies:

Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center detains youth from St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Helena, and Livingston Parishes as instructed by the 21st and 22nd judicial district courts.  Employees of FPJDC have limited knowledge of youth’s charges or court dates are not authorized to confirm or deny that a youth is housed in this facility.  For information about a specific detainee, contact the arresting agency directly.

Livingston Parish

 

Livingston Parish Sherriff’s Office
P.O. Box 850
20180 Iowa Street
Livingston, LA  70754
(800) 443-7681
(225) 686-2241
http://www.lpso.org/

Albany Police Department
29816 South Montpelier Road
Albany, LA 70711
(225) 567-2115

 

Denham Springs Police Department
447 Lamm Street
Denham Springs, LA  70726
(225) 665-5106
(225) 667-8353 Fax
http://www.dspd.net/pub/Default.aspx

French Settlement Police Department
15440 Hwy. 16
French Settlement, LA 70733
http://www.frenchsettlement-la.gov/policedepartment.html

Livingston Police Department
P.O. Box 430
Livingston, LA  70754
http://www.townoflivingston.com/livpolice.html

Port Vincent Police Department
18235 Hwy 16
Port Vincent, LA  70726
(225) 698-6115
http://www.portvincent.govoffice2.com/

Springfield Police Department
27378 Hwy 42
Springfield, LA  70462
(225) 294-2205

Walker Police Department
P.O. Box 988
Walker, LA 70785
(225) 664-3125
(225) 664-6470 Fax
http://www.walkerpd.org/

St. Helena

St. Helena Parish Sherriff’s Office
P.O. Box 1205
387 Sitman Street
Greensburg, LA 70441
(888) 200-4905
(225) 222-4413
(225) 222-3144 Fax
http://www.sthelenaso.org/

Greensburg Police Department – City Hall
14516 Hwy 37
Greensburg, LA 70441
(225) 222-4312

St. Tammany Parish

St. Tammany Parish Sherriff’s Office – Slidell Administrative Building
P.O. Box 1229
300 Brownswitch Rd.
Slidell, LA 70458
(985) 726-8000
http://www.stpso.org/

St. Tammany Parish Sherriff’s Office – Covington Office
P.O. Box 1120
701 N. Columbia St.
Room B1010-2
Covington, LA 70433
(985) 809-8200
http://www.stpso.org/

Abita Springs Police Department
22161 Level Street
Abita Springs, LA 70420
(985) 892-2821

Covington Police Department
222 Kirkland Street
(985) 892-8500
(985) 893-0039 Fax
http://www.cityofcovingtonla.com/nucont07/07pgs/10police.html

 

Folsom Police Department
82341 Railroad Avenue
Folsom, LA 70437
(985) 796-3300‎

Madisonville Police Department
805 Main Street
Madisonville, LA  70447
http://madpd.org/

Mandeville Police Department
1870 Hwy. 190
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 626-9711
http://www.cityofmandeville.com/

Pearl River Police Department
3940 Wilson Alley
Pearl River, LA   70452
http://www.pearlriverpolice.com/

Slidell Police Department
2112 Sgt. Alfred Drive
Slidell, LA 70458
(985) 643-3131
(985) 646-4346 Fax
http://www.slidell.la.us/police/index.php

Tangipahoa Parish

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office
15475 Club Deluxe Road
Hammond, Louisiana 70403
(985) 345-6150 – Hammond
(985) 748-8147 – Amite Courthouse
(985) 878-2926 – Loranger sub-station
(985) 229-6050 – Kentwood
http://www.tpso.org/

Amite Police Department
101 East Oak
Amite, LA 70422
(985) 748-6169

Hammond Police Department
303 E. Thomas St.
Hammond, LA 70401
(985) 277-5700 (Juvenile)
http://www.hammond.org/departments/police.php

Independence Police Department
269 E. Railroad Avenue
Independence, LA  70443
(985) 878-4188

Kentwood Police Department
308 Avenue G
Kentwood, LA 70444
(985) 229-6305

 

Ponchatoula Police Department
110 West Hickory Street
Ponchatoula, LA 70454
(985) 386-6548
http://www.ponchatoulapolice.com/index.html

Roseland Police Department
62438 Commercial Drive
Roseland, LA 70456
(985) 748-4129

Tangipahoa Police Department
12616 Jackson Street
Tangipahoa, LA 70465
(985) 229-4435

Tickfaw Police Department
14496 Second Street
P.O. Box 308
Tickfaw, Louisiana 70466
(985) 345-4677
(985) 345-0472 Fax

 

Washington

Washington Parish Sherriff’s Office
1002 Main Street
Franklinton, LA  70438
(985) 839-3434 – Main Office
(985) 732-7187 – Bogalusa
http://www.wpsoweb.com/

Angie Police Department
64475 Cherry St
Angie, LA 70426
(985) 986-2444
(985) 986-2889 Fax

Bogalusa Police Department
111 Memphis Street
Bogalusa, Louisiana  70427
(985) 732-3611
http://www.bogalusa.org/Citypgs/Police.htm

Franklinton Police Department
409 11th Avenue
Franklinton, LA 70438
(985) 839-2977


Judicial Courts

Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center has territorial jurisdiction throughout the 21st and 22nd Judicial Districts, including the parishes of Livingston, St. Helena, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington.  At the instruction of the courts our facility houses youth awaiting court dates, adjudication or additional placement.    Employees of FPJDC have limited knowledge of youth’s charges or court dates are not authorized to confirm or deny that a youth is housed in this facility.  For information about a specific detainee, contact the necessary authorities.

 

21st Judicial District Court
Tangipahoa, Livingston, and St. Helena Parishes
http://www.21stjdc.org/

Scott Perrilloux, District Attorney
http://www.21jdda.org/

Juvenile Office
217 E. Charles St.
Hammond, LA  70401
(985) 345-8283
(985) 542-6644
(985) 345-4412 Fax

Click here for a complete list of 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Offices.

Office of the Public Defender
Amite Location
303 East Oak Street
Amite, LA 70422
(985) 748-4922

Livingston Location
29790 South Magnolia Avenue
Livingston, LA  70754
(225) 686-2128‎

Julian Dufeche, Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court
http://www.tangiclerk.org/

 

Amite Location
110 North Bay Street, Suite 100
Amite, LA 70422
(985) 748-4146
(985) 748-6874
(985) 748-6503 Fax

Hammond Location
318-A NW Railroad Avenue
Hammond, LA 70401
(985) 549-1638
(985) 549-1639 Fax

Tom Sullivan, Livingston Parish Clerk of Court
http://www.livclerk.org/Default.htm

Livingston Location
20180 Iowa Street – Main Courthouse
1st Floor, Courthouse
Livingston, LA 70754
(877) 854-1579
E-mail: tsullivan@livclerk.org

Denham Springs Location
133 Aspen Square – Branch Courthouse Suite. C,
Denham Springs, LA 70726
(225) 686-2216
(225) 686-1867 Fax

Beverly Gordon, St. Helena Parish Clerk of Court
http://laclerksofcourt.org/Parishs/sthelenaparish.htm
369 Sitman Street # 101
Greensburg, LA  70441
(225) 222-4514
(225) 222-3443 Fax
beverlygordon@yahoo.com

City Courts of the 21st Judicial District

Hammond City Court – 7th Ward
Judge Grace Bennett Gasaway
http://www.citycourt.org/

303 East Thomas Street
Hammond, LA 70401
(985) 542-3455
(985) 542-3453 Fax

Juvenile Division
206 1/2 E. Thomas St.
Hammond LA 70401
(985) 542-3457

Denham Springs City Court – 2nd Ward
Judge Charles W. Borde Jr.
Peggy G. Hoover, Clerk of Court /Judicial Administrator
http://www.dsclerkofcourt.org/

400 Mayor Herbert Hoover Ave
Denham Springs, LA 70726
(225) 665-5505
(225) 664-2648 Fax

22nd Judicial District Court
St. Tammany and Washington Parishes
http://www.22ndjdc.org/default.aspx

Walter P. Reed, District Attorney
http://www.22ndjd.org/

 

Juvenile Divisions
701 N. Columbia Street
Covington, LA 70433
(985) 809-8383

905 Pearl Street
Franklinton, LA 70438
(985) 839-6303

Office of the Public Defender
402 North Jefferson Street
Covington, LA 70433
(985) 892-5002

 

Malise Prieto, St. Tammany Parish Clerk of Court
http://sttammanyclerk.org/main/index.asp

 

Covington
701 N. Colombia Street
Covington, LA 70433
(985) 809-8700

Slidell
60034 Hwy 1090
Slidell, LA 70461
(985) 646-6969

 

Johnny Crain, Washington Parish Clerk of Court
http://www.wpclerk.org/CustomPage.aspx?Title=Home

Courthouse Building
Franklinton, LA 70438
(985) 839-4663

Administration:  (985) 839-3116 Fax
Civil Department:  (985) 839-2925 Fax
Criminal Department:  (985) 839-7271 Fax

City Courts of 22nd Judicial District

 

Bogalusa City Court
P.O. Box 508
Bogalusa, LA 70429
(985) 732-6204

Slidell City Court
http://citycourtofslidell.com/
Judge James Lamz
501 Bouscaren Street
Slidell, LA 70458
(985) 643-1274
(985) 646-2618 Fax