Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre announced the launch of a redesigned website for the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office. The newly-designed LPSO.net now features a more user-friendly design and an updated, modern look, with the capability to expand in the future.
“We redesigned our website with the citizen in mind,” said Sheriff Webre. “We’ve made popular website items easier to find, and brought a personalized touch to each page with various pictures of our deputies, volunteers and facilities.”
Two new prominent features are the additions of rotating content on the homepage and a “Quick Find” menu. The rotating content alerts residents to the latest important information and happenings while also bringing an ever-changing look to the homepage. The “Quick Find” menu offers convenient access to popular areas of the site, such as lists of active warrants, inmates in jail, and registered sex offenders.
The P.A.C.T. Place Supervised Visitation and Exchange Center now has a home on the web through the new website. Several online submission forms have been added such as rating the services of the Sheriff’s Office and registering online for public courses – forms which were formerly only available in paper form or as a PDF file download.
The redesigned website is also primed for expansion. In the coming months, citizens will see new items such as an interactive crime map and online registration for the Lafourche Sheriff’s Regional P.O.S.T. Academy.
“With more and more of our citizens using the internet, they deserve a higher level of service through our website. While we hope to continually bring new features, we certainly welcome feedback from the public. If there is something you would like to see on our website, please let us know.”
Citizens can keep up with future website updates and the addition of new features via social media by following the official LPSO Facebook and Twitter profiles. Citizens can even submit suggestions for the site via social media.
“What citizens will see when they log on today is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Deputy Brennan Matherne, Public Information Officer. “We want the entire web experience for our citizens to be more interactive. We want our website users, Facebook fans and Twitter followers to simply click their way to where they want to go or what they want to do. We will continuously develop our website and social media pages to ensure the highest level of service to the public.”