2800 S. MacArthur Drive, Suite F, Alexandria, LA 71301
monday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Avoyelles, Catahoula, Concordia, Grant, La Salle, Rapides
Located behind Logan’s Roadhouse Restaurant (the old K-Mart), across from the Alexandria Mall area on the southern side of Alexandria.
From I-49: Driving in from the Lafayette direction, take the MacArthur Drive exit as you are approaching Alexandria and proceed to the address. Building will be on the left.
Driving in from the Shreveport direction, exit on the north MacArthur Drive exit and stay on MacArthur Drive until you reach the office location, just past where MacArthur Drive connects with Hwy 165 South. Building will be on the right.
Alexandria District supervises approximately 4975 cases. About 190 of those cases are sex offenders.
Louisiana Law Enforcement Torch Run
Since 1991, the Alexandria District is one of the largest participants in the Louisiana Law Enforcement Torch Run, the largest fundraiser for Louisiana Special Olympics.
Other Community Projects that we participate in include: the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, “Jail-n-Bail” to benefit March of Dimes; Food Bank, Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive (for releasing inmates), and LifeShare Blood Drives, held quarterly at the Alexandria District Office staff.
Every April during Victim’s Rights Week, Alexandria District hosts a public invitation for victims and their families to place memorabilia significant to a victim cause on a Victim’s Memorial Board at the Alexandria District Office. The office also creates a “victim’s bookmark” containing many telephone numbers to victim’s rights organizations around the nation and is distributed at no cost to the public. In 2014, the Alexandria District Office sponsored a first ever for Louisiana Victims’ Rights Parade and held a balloon release in honor of victims.
Every Halloween, the Alexandria District office also requires all sex offenders from central Louisiana to participate in treatment and lawful education classes related to their sexual misconduct. Ensuring these offenders are in a secured area during traditional “trick or treat” times also serves as an added protection to the public.
ALD officers are assigned to specialty courts in a couple of judicial districts — Drug Court in 9th JDC (Rapides Parish) and Drug Court in 12th JDC (Avoyelles Parish).
The Alexandria District office regularly participates in warrant roundups with local law enforcement. Officers provide valuable information and necessary manpower to effectively search out and capture individuals wanted for various crimes.
Probation Orientation Meetings
As part of our re-entry initiatives, the Alexandria District P&P Office has set up monthly meetings called Probation Orientation Meetings. These meetings offer positive re-enforcement for offenders learning how to do “right” while on supervision and in the community. The meetings are successful in reducing recidivism and having offenders become productive members of the community. View the Orientation Handbook here.