The mission of the Louisiana State Office of Inspector General is to help prevent and detect waste, mismanagement, abuse, fraud, and corruption in the executive brand of the state government without regard to partisan politics, allegiances, status, or influence.
The Louisiana State Inspector General is an independent office with a mission to investigate white collar criminal and public corruption cases, and to prevent fraud and corruption in the executive branch of state 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.
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Any person, including public employees, may file complaints or provide information concerning the operation of state government with the Office of State Inspector General.
The Office of State Inspector General is a law enforcement agency with jurisdiction over the executive branch of state government as defined in Title 36 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes. This jurisdiction includes a selection of state agencies and a selection of state boards and commissions. OIG jurisdiction may extend to vendors and contractors who conduct business with a covered state agency, as well as programs that are funded with grants issued by a covered state agency.Learn More
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 94095, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095
PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 602 North 5th Street, Suite 621, Baton Rouge, LA 70802
PHONE NUMBER: (225) 342-4262 | FAX NUMBER: (225) 342-6761
FRAUD AND ABUSE HOTLINE: 866-201-2549