Office of State Inspector General - Stephen B. Street, Jr., State Inspector General - State of LouisianaWelcome. The mission of the Louisiana Office of State Inspector General is to help prevent and detect waste, mismanagement, abuse, fraud, and corruption in the executive branch of state government without regard to partisan politics, allegiances, status, or influence.
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The Louisiana State Inspector General is an independent office with a mission to investigate white collar criminal and public corruption cases, and to root out and prevent fraud and corruption in government.  The office is a designated law enforcement agency by statute, with the associated investigative powers and privileges.  Stephen Street has served as Louisiana’s Inspector General since January of 2008. For more information on Inspector General Street, please visit the “About the Inspector General” page. All public records requests should be directed to Joe Lotwick, Custodian of Records for the Office of State Inspector General.

November 23, 2021: Minden, Louisiana Woman Sentenced for Theft of Government Funds | (Shreveport Times) (US DOJ)

November 5, 2021: Caddo Parish Commissioner and Sister Plead Guilty to Federal Charges Just Days Before Trial Set to Begin | (US DOJ)

October 8, 2021: Delhi Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Scheme to Defraud the USDA's Summer Food Service Program | (US DOJ)

July 20, 2021: Minden, Louisiana Woman Pleads Guilty to Theft of Government Funds | (US DOJ) (KTBS)

March 11, 2021: Defendant Sentenced for Participation in Scheme to Defraud Bossier Parish Community College | (US DOJ)

February 23, 2021: Ex-comptroller gets 5 years for college fraud in Louisiana (American Press)

February 22, 2021: Former Bossier Parish Community College Comptroller Sentenced for Stealing More Than $280,000 | (US DOJ)

October 26, 2020: One Convicted, One Indicted in Scheme to Defraud the USDA's Summer Food Service Program | (US DOJ)

September 10, 2020: Baton Rouge Man Indicted for Fraud Scheme and Money Laundering Related to Financial Aid Fraud | (US DOJ)

July 20, 2020: Former Bossier Parish Community College Comptroller Pleads Guilty to Stealing More Than $250,000 | (US DOJ)

July 6, 2020: Four former Angola officers sentenced in beating of handcuffed inmate | (WAFB)

January 31, 2020: Former Major at Angola Prison Convicted of Beating a Handcuffed and Shackled Inmate | (US DOJ)

January 16, 2020: Webster Parish Non-Profit Director Sentenced for Stealing More Than $1 Million From Federal Feeding Program | (US DOJ)

State Inspector General Stephen B. Street, Jr.

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How the OIG works...
The Office of State Inspector General (OIG) is comprised of an Audit Division and an Investigation Division. The Inspector General initiates audits and investigations from complaints and referrals received in the office and from internal assessments of high-risk areas performed by OIG management. The flow chart below provides a detailed description of our audit and investigative processes.
Initiation
Screening
Disposition
Audit or Investigation
If Audit
If Investigation