Environmental Law Enforcement Training
June 17, 2020 and June 24, 2020
Join us for the Keep Louisiana Beautiful Virtual Litter Enforcement Trainings on June 17 and 24, 2020 at 1:00-2:30 pm. This will be a two part webinar series.
Litter Enforcement Trainings assist local municipalities and parishes with the establishment of litter courts and enforcement to fight their litter problems to keep Louisiana clean and beautiful. The training gives local governments the tools and resources to begin a successful and self funded litter court. City and parish governments, administrators, constables, sheriffs, police chiefs, elected officials, and affiliates are invited to attend the free training. Training will be hosted by Rick Moore, retired Major of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriffs Office and Constable of St. Tammany Parish. Rick established the St. Tammany litter court in 2015 and oversees all litter enforcement, dump sites, and abandon vehicle cases in the parish.
What is Environmental Law Enforcement Training?
Environmental law enforcement training workshops provide a unique opportunity to hear from federal, state and local law enforcement regarding environmental crimes and environmental laws. Speakers will provide important information regarding the laws and actions regarding illegal dumping and burning, water pollution, littering and air pollution.
Who should attend?
- Law enforcement officials
- Justices of the Peace
- State and city prosecutors
- Elected and appointed officials
- Environmental managers
- Code enforcement officers
- Public works directors
- Anyone interested in learning more