by Ambria R. Washington
September 2, 2017
Categories: Community, On the Beat, Videos
Topics: Community, Districts
As thousands make their way to the French Quarter and Downtown area, the NOPD will have an enhanced presence during the Labor Day weekend events to ensure everyone has a safe and festive holiday weekend.
by Dawne Massey
August 15, 2017
Categories: On the Beat
Topics: First District
Officer Rodney Vicknair, 50, joined NOPD 12 years ago after spending 19 years working EMS on the West Bank. He was assigned to the First District after graduating from the Academy and he’s been there ever since.
August 10, 2017
Topics: Third District
Originally from New Mexico, William Torres, 40, moved to New Orleans more than 20 years ago and began pursuing his dream of having a career in law enforcement.
July 28, 2017
Topics: Sixth District
Sgt. Kimera Woods, 34, joined NOPD in 2009. She was promoted to sergeant a little more than a year ago and she’s currently assigned to the Sixth District.
by Officer Juan D. Barnes, Sr
July 23, 2017
Topics: Missing Person/Runaway, Third District
UPDATE: Michael Collier was seen on surveillance video at an area business making a transaction with his bank card and did not appear to be in any form of duress. Therefore, he is no longer considered to be missing. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
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