J Hudson WebK-9 teams respond to assist field and detective operations on a city-wide basis, 24/7. K-9 teams also assist with emergency calls for service including "officer needs help", "assistance" or "back-up" calls.

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FPnwThe purpose of the NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH program is to make you aware of the steps you and your neighbors can take to make your home more secure against crime.

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The Morgan City Police Department , in partership with our community, provides impartial, ethical, and professional law enforcement service and protection.


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If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

MCPD IS A CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECK-UP LOCATION


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The Morgan City Police department serves as a Child Safety Seat Location Monday THrough Friday 8 am until 4 pm. we employ certified technicians that are part of the child passenger safety task force that will assist you in assuring that your child seat is properly installed in the event your involved in a crash. your child's safety is a priority to us. 

MCPD IS A SAFE HAVEN LOCATION



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Louisiana is a Safe Haven State. Safe Haven Provides a safe, legal, last resort to abandonment. The Morgan City Police Department serves as a "Safe Haven Location" at 723 Myrtle St. Morgan City, LA. Please make sure that personnel is present in the location where you are leaving the child.

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If you find yourself with no other alternative and are considering abandoning your baby, Louisiana's Safe Haven Law provides a safe place for your child. If you are unable to care for your baby and the baby's well-being is in danger, you can bring the newborn up to 60 days old to an emergency designated facility or Safe Haven site. By leaving the baby in the care of an employee at a Safe Haven facility, parents can give up custody of the newborn with no questions asked.

Parents who would like to give up custody of their child, but whose child is not in immediate danger of harm, are encouraged to use a planned, permanent adoption through an adoption agency that accounts for medical and genetic history.

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