ERIC SCOTT RADIO | LAKE CHARLES, LA. — Friday, July 13, Sheriff Tony Mancuso, along with eight other leaders in Louisiana, past and present, was inducted into the Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame during a ceremony held in Baton Rouge, LA.
The LA Justice Hall of Fame was established by the LA State Penitentiary Museum Foundation Board of Directors in 2004 to honor and acknowledge the men and women in Louisiana who have served their community and their state in the honorable professions of law enforcement, the judiciary, criminal justice, and civil service.
“I am humbled to receive this award,” says Sheriff Mancuso. “And I’m very honored to be inducted with law enforcement greats such as Colonel Mike Edmundson with the Louisiana State Police, Hal Turner, former sheriff of Allen Parish and former executive director of the LA Sheriff’s Association, and Corrections Secretary James M. LeBlanc who has a 40 year career in corrections.”