Created in August 2006, the Scott Police Department Ordinance Enforcement Division is responsible for ensuring citizens within the city limits of Scott are in compliance with all City Ordinances issued by the City of Scott City Council.
Main areas of concern this division addresses are complaints about overgrown grass, abandoned vehicles, and unsafe conditions in houses and businesses. The Ordinance Enforcement Officer also works hand-in-hand with Scott City Hall with investigating other complaints made by citizens.
The Ordinance Enforcement Division is also responsible for placement and data collection from the Speed Radar Trailer often seen near the sides of the roadways within the city limits.
The Ordinance Enforcement Division is a section within Administrative Division and supervised by Lt.Caleb Legé
POFC Kevern Stoute
Ordinance Enforcement/Evidence Custodian
POFC Kevern Stoute is the Ordinance Enforcement Officer for the Scott Police Department.
Officer Stoute also serves as Evidence Custodian for the department where he is responsible for the collection, logging, proper storage, and analysis of all evidence collected by officers during an incident.
After an honorable discharge from the United States Navy, Officer Stoute worked over 30 years in various divisions such as Patrol, Internal Affairs, and Crime Scene, before retiring from the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Officer Stoute has been a vital part of Scott Police Department since July 2014.