by Tyler Gamble
August 25, 2016
Topics: Open Data
Continuing what has been a consistent and comprehensive roll-out of police data to the public, today, the NOPD published officer use of force data on the department’s website for the first time ever.
by Ben Horwitz
August 10, 2016
The NOPD is taking data-driven performance management to the next level with the launch of a new program called MAX, or Management Analytics for eXcellence, later this fall.
August 2, 2016
When Mayor Mitch Landrieu took office in 2011, he made a major policy decision to increase police transparency by releasing NOPD calls for service data to the public online through the City’s Open Data Portal.
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As part of its commitment to transparency and accountability, the New Orleans Police Department has made available its UCR data from 2011 to present.
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