- P.O. Box 638
- 935 Fourth Street
- Natchitoches, LA 71458-0638
District Administrator: G. DWAIN SPILLMAN
- Red River
Regular office hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Monday- Friday)
From North: I-49 South, Exit Hwy 6 and turn left on Hwy 6 on North Natchitoches By-Pass. Right on Texas Street. Right on 4th Street.
From South: I-49 North. Exit Hwy 6. Go right on Hwy 6. Take left on North Natchitoches By-Pass and right on Texas Street. Take right on 4th Street.
From East : Hwy 84 West turns into Hwy 6 West. Proceed to Texas Street and take right on Texas Street. Go left on 4th Street.
From West: Hwy 6 East to Natchitoches. Take left on North Natchitoches By-pass and a right on Texas Street. Go right on 4th Street.
NAD staff includes the District Administrator, 2 P&P Supervisors, administrative coordinator, 14 P&P Officers, 1 P&P Assistant andÂ 2 clerical positions, 1 WAE worker, and 1 student worker.
Natchitoches District is the second largest district geographically in the state of Louisiana. There are approximately 1900 offenders supervised in the district.
The district office is located in the city of Natchitoches, which is the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase and has the beautiful Cane River running through the downtown area. It has attracted film companies and has been the site for several movies. Natchitoches District, though large in size, is considered a rural district, and the history and heritage it holds only adds to its ambience.
Special Community Projects
The district office works closely with other law enforcement and agencies and the administrator attends monthly meetings with these agencies sharing information and ideas. Several officers are trainers and teach in the P & P Academy and assist in community endeavors and other districts if needed. The specialized officers monitor sex offenders very closely and a sex offender counseling program is set up to cover all parishes in the district. The Probation & Parole Officer Assistant is involved in a support group organized by one of the local judges that focuses on offender re-entry.