The Office of the District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District, Parish of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Senator John Kennedy has called for the metrics of success of the BRAVE program that resulted in a sustained 26% decrease in violent crime across our parish since the program began in 2012. Since 2012, overall violent crime has dropped 26% while youth crime has dropped 25%. This success is well-known across the U.S. as other communities have visited with us to try to replicate what we have done. It is estimated that since BRAVE, 80 less people have died in Baton Rouge to violence and another 80 spared a life of incarceration. More metrics can be found in the four years of BRAVE evaluation reports published at

BRAVE Evaluations

http://www.lsu.edu/chse/research/ossrdprojects.php

The District Attorney has developed a summary of house gutting procedures for his counterpart in Houston:

Gutting Document

The Office of the District Attorney

Our main office is located on the 5th floor of City Hall, in downtown Baton Rouge, overlooking the Mississippi River and next to the Rivercenter Convention Center and Exhibition Hall.

The Office of the District Attorney
City Hall (formerly the Governmental Building)
222 St. Louis Street, Suite 550
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
Telephone (225) 389-3400

 

 

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  • Office Hours: 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday
  • Holidays: The office of the District Attorney follows the holiday schedule of the 19th Judicial District Court. The court closes for all federal and state holidays. A link to the court's holidays can be found on the cour's website using this link below:

    Click for 19th Judicial District Court Holiday Schedule
  • Appointments: Appointments to meet with the District Attorney or any individual prosecutor may be made directly with that individual. Please understand that prosecutors can only accommodate appointments during times when they are not required to be present in court.

Media inquires should be addressed to the District Attorney. Please see our News page for additional information.

 

 
   
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