NPSO welcomes two new deputies


Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies Eric Fobb Jr. and Nathaniel Greene completed the 86th session of the Shreveport Police Regional Training Academy in Shreveport on Friday, July 15, according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Stuart Wright.

The graduation ceremony was held at the RiverView Theater on Clyde Fant Memorial Parkway in Shreveport, La.

Cadets received training in areas of criminal law, patrol activities, vehicle stops, report writing, DWI enforcement, survival tactics, ethics, taser, first aid, chemical weapons and other topics in law enforcement.

NPSO Deputy Eric Fobb Jr. received the training academy’s “Honor Graduate” Award.

Deputy Fobb is a 2018 graduate of Natchitoches Central High School and a member of the US Army Reserve.

NPSO Deputy Nathaniel Greene received the training academy’s “Physical Fitness” Award.

Deputy Greene is attending Northwestern State University majoring in criminal justice. Greene also served as a MP in the Louisiana Army National Guard.

Deputies Fobb and Greene will return to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office for additional in-house training in policy and procedure, CAD report writing, National Incident Command Systems, and assigned to a Field Training Officer before they are released to patrol and other duties in Natchitoches Parish.

Sheriff Stuart Wright, Major Doug Rachal, Director of Training Deputy Rodney May, family and friends attended the graduation services and welcomed the new deputies to the NPSO team.

Congratulations Deputies Fobb and Greene we thank you for your service and wish you well in your law enforcement career.

We also thank Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins, Shreveport Police Chief Wayne Smith and the entire Shreveport Police Regional Training Academy Staff for the professionalism and integrity.