Alexandria District (ALD)
- P.O. Drawer 1111
- 1500 Lee Street
- Alexandria, LA 71309-1111
- P: 318-487-5301
- F: 318-487-5781
District Administrator: Michael D. Wynne
- Avoyelles ALD P&P Orientation Information
- La Salle
Regular office hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Monday- Friday)
From North: I-49 to Alexandria. Exit 85A – Elliott Street. Stay on Frontage Road. Take a right at Washington Street. Take a left at the 2nd street and the parking lot is situated on the right.
From South: I-49 to Alexandria. Exit 85A – MLKing Drive/Downtown. Take a left at the second light. Travel under the Railroad Overpass. Travel up the hill and turn left at the 2nd street and the parking lot is situated on the right.
From West: Hwy 28 West to Alexandria. Right on Monroe Street (LA 28 BR E). Travel to Bolton Avenue and take a right. Travel to Lee Street and take a left, parking lot will be on the left.
From East: Hwy 167. Exit Fulton Street/Downtown. Travel to the 2nd light (Bringhurst Street) and take a right. Next light will be Lee Street, take a right. Parking lot will be on the left.
Alexandria District supervises approximately 4975 cases; about 190 of those cases are sex offenders.
Special Projects/Community Involvement
Every April, during Victim’s Rights Week, Alexandria District hosts a public invitation for victims and their families to place memorabilia significant to the victim cause on a VICTIM’S MEMORIAL BOARD at the Alexandria District Office. Our 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 (below left) and held a balloon release in honor of victims (below right).
Every Halloween (October 31st), the Alexandria District office requires all of the sex offenders from central Louisiana to participate in treatment and lawful education classes related to their sexual misconduct. These offenders presence in a secured area during traditional “trick or treat” times also serves as an added protection to the public.
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 which are held quarterly at the Alexandria District Office staff.
As part of our Re-Entry Initiatives, the Alexandria District P&P Office has set up monthly meetings called Probation Orientation Meetings. The purpose of these meeting is to 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.
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.