General Landry: Our Cyber Crime Unit, with the assistance of law enforcement partners, continue to do all we can to reduce the number of internet crimes against children. Due to recent budget cuts, our department may have to rely more on these partners to investigate and arrest child predators.
General Landry: There is a thin blue line between law enforcement and those who intend harm. Today, two brave police officers risking their safety in the service of the public crossed that line and were met with violence.
General Landry: As I have often said – the Executive Branch cannot unilaterally make or change law, as that is the Congress or a state legislature's constitutionally valid function; today, the court confirmed that.
General Landry: Insurance fraud harms job creators, their employees, and their customers. Workers’ compensation fraud, specifically, leads to increased insurance rates and more costly goods and services.
General Landry: Today, the town has officially agreed to the appointment of a fiscal administrator. We are thankful for the input of the citizens of St. Joseph; without their diligence and efforts, this result could not have happened.
General Landry: My office and I are committed to protecting taxpayer money by prosecuting the criminals who attempt to take advantage of the system. Medicaid fraud hurts the very people who depend on it.
General Landry: Working closely with local law enforcement, our Fugitive Apprehension Unit efficiently made this arrest. The Louisiana Department of Justice is committed to apprehending criminals and bringing them to justice.
General Landry: I am extremely disappointed that the Governor and politicians who are aligned with him chose to confer criminal illegals more rights than their constituents, the citizens of Louisiana, enjoy. Today’s action shows that the Governor and his DC-style politics jeopardize the safety of our citizens