Mardi Gras 2015 – In the books

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In these last 5 years of working Mardi Gras as the Chief of Police, I’ve experienced many changes. I’ve also seen that the most important things remain constant.

1. The people in the City of Thibodaux are amazing & know how to celebrate safely.
2. The staff at the Thibodaux Police Department are committed to community policing.
3. The members of the various Mardi Gras krewes cherish cultural value & Cajun tradition.
4. Max and I still look forward to our annual parade route HUGS.

Until next year, see you at the carnival.

 

Mardi Gras 2015 – In the books

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  1. Thank you for liking my page so I could find yours! I just listened to your interview, and I really liked what you had to say about policing and writing. You’re an interesting guy. Keep up the good work!

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