Crowley Police Department


The Crowley Police Department is responsible for the enforcement of City Ordinances and State Laws within the corporate limits of the city of Crowley. The department is operated under 4 divisions to better serve the needs of our citizens as well as our visitors. These divisions are Patrol Division, Criminal Investigation Division, Narcotics Division and Services Division.

FIRE DEPT LOGO Allen J "Jimmy" Broussard, Chief of Police

426 N. Avenue F
Post Office Box 436
Crowley, Louisiana 70527

Office - Non Emergency: (337) 783-1234
Administration: (337) 788-4114
Fax: (337) 788-4136
Emergency Complaints: 911 

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Crowley Police Department to provide the most modern and professional law enforcement services available to the citizens of the City of Crowley. The mission is also to maintain cooperation and assistance with federal, state, & local law enforcement agencies, keep the citizens aware of matters affecting their safety, provide training of police officers, and upgrading of modern technology and equipment.

Complaints and Requests

The following email addresses are for the public's use to report crime, make special request or to ask questions.

All emails will be directed to the office of the Chief of Police for review of private matters prior to being disbursed to any member of the Crowley Police Department. All information shall remain private and email addresses shall not forwarded for any reason.

To report criminal activity of any kind

To ask questions of any concern

To make a special request of any nature

Division Contacts

Captain Chris Osborne, Patrol Division Commander
(337) 788-4113 or

Captain Janet Kneeland, Compliance Division
(337) 788-4140 or

Captain Troy Hebert, Investigation Division
(337) 788-4132 or

Captain Donald Vail, Services Division Commander
(337) 788-4135 or 

Employment Information

Qualifications for employment

- Must be 18 years of age
- Must be a high school graduate or have obtained a state certified GED
- Must have a valid Louisiana driver's license with a good driving record
- Must be able to pass a physical which includes drug screen
- Must be in good physical shape in order to complete the police academy
- Must be a registered voter
- Must pass a state civil service entrance exam
- Must have no felonies or no misdemeanor charges that would prohibit you from carrying a firearm

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