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    Jean Lafitte

    National Historical Park and Preserve Louisiana

Law Enforcement at Jean Lafitte

Law enforcement rangers and their car

Law enforcement rangers protect visitors and resources in America's national parks.

For emergencies when visiting the park, always call 911 for help.

If you're visiting the park and see

  • suspicious activity
  • lost visitors
  • illegal dumping
  • poaching
  • other situations that require a ranger's assistance

call 1-855-289-7412 for National Park Service Law Enforcement Response.

Did You Know?

Men dressed as 1815 soldiers march across Chalmette Battlefield.

Two volunteer battalions of free men of color fought in the Battle of New Orleans in 1815. These men were the first black American troops to receive pay, equipment, pensions, and bounty land grants equal to that of their white counterparts.