by Aaron E. Looney
May 26, 2017
Categories: Announcement, Videos
Topics: Community Policing
As the unofficial start to summer is here with the Memorial Day weekend, NOPD Officer Juan Barnes offers helpful tips to citizens on how to keep themselves, their loved ones and property safe while enjoying the three-day weekend.
May 27, 2017
The NOPD is searching for two girls reported missing from their foster home located in the Seventh District.
The NOPD is looking for a man reported missing from the 500 block of Canal Street.
The NOPD is seeking to interview a man considered to be a person of interest in the investigation of an armed robbery that occurred on May 10 in the 1500 block of Virginia Marie Street.
The NOPD is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred today (May 27, 2017) on the Interstate 610 East overpass at Franklin Avenue.
May 25, 2017
Quick action by NOPD officers resulted in two burglary arrests this week.
NOPD Fifth District Task Force officers arrested Lester Carter (DOB: 12-15-1986) and Larry Crockett (DOB: 4-02-1992) after they were found to be in possession of marijuana and guns during a traffic stop.
National Missing Children’s Day is a day dedicated to encouraging parents, guardians, caregivers, and others concerned with the well-being of children to make child safety a priority.
May 22, 2017
Fourth District officer Shantell Howard never thought she would be going back to prom until she was asked by one student at L.B. Landry High School.
May 18, 2017
Some NOPD officers took a few minutes out of their shift today (May 18) to get a little silly.
May 17, 2017
Representatives from various city governments and police departments are in New Orleans today (May 17) to get training in a new program offered by the NOPD.
December 15, 2016
Body Worn Camera (BWC) programs can only be effective if police officers actually turn them on during citizen encounters, and by that measure, the NOPD’s BWC program is arguably one of the most effective in the country.
November 16, 2016
The NOPD has published more police data online in the past six months than the department has ever made publicly available in its 220-year history.
May 24, 2017
Congratulations to Harold Chambliss, who is retiring after a 37-year career as an NOPD officer. He was honored on May 23 with a Lifetime Achievement award by the Special Operations Division.
Chambliss won't be stepping away from his role as the Canine Division's master trainer, however, as will remain with the department as a civilian.
Representatives from various city governments and police departments were in New Orleans recently to get training in a new program offered by the NOPD.
Memorial Day Weekend serves as the unofficial start of summer for many Americans, and the NOPD wants to remind New Orleanians to be safe in their summer travels and to remember to wear their seatbelts.
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