District Attorney Warren Montgomery thanked the Northshore Business Council Thursday during the group’s meeting in Madisonville for financing a study that has been evaluating the criminal justice system. As the guest speaker for the group’s membership meeting, Montgomery said the study by the Metropolitan Crime Commission, has been invaluable in helping his administration assess the success of systemic changes he has put in place over the past four years.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery was the guest speaker Wednesday night at the St. Tammany Municipal Association’s Quarterly Meeting in Folsom. The lovely Southern Charm Event Center was packed to capacity with city, town, and village leaders from throughout St. Tammany Parish, as well as state and parish officials and candidates, who all mingled over drinks and great food and listened to D.A. Montgomery’s message about the progress his administration has made over the past four years.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery was the guest speaker Tuesday at the Metropolitan Crime Commission’s Board of Directors’ meeting in New Orleans. He thanked the Commission for its independent research, which evaluates the criminal justice system, and discussed how helpful the reports have been in assessing his administration’s success.
Assistant District Attorney Collin Sims, who is Chief of the Criminal Division in the District Attorney’s Office, had the pleasure of speaking Oct. 12th at a candlelight vigil in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The vigil was sponsored by Safe Harbor’s Domestic Violence Program at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Slidell. Collin discussed how District Attorney Warren Montgomery’s administration has focused on domestic violence as a priority and implemented staffing and procedural changes that have dramatically reduced the number of domestic violence cases that are dismissed. View this video here: https://youtu.be/we2s9nsgkVs
District Attorney Warren Montgomery is proud to be partnered with The Shack of Covington to help support the Children’s’ Advocacy Center Hope House and their charity event Men Who Cook! on November 3. Celebrity teams from across St. Tammany and Washington Parish are coming together with their favorite restaurants to offer up tastings for attendees to help support a great cause. Hope House is a wonderful, non-profit charity group dedicated to endings child abuse in our community. Tickets are on sale now by following this link and you can donate to the celebrity team of your choosing. We hope to see you there!