by Ambria R. Washington
January 11, 2018
Categories: Announcement, Community
Topics: Community, Districts, Policing
The New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation (NOPJF) is encouraging parade goers and locals to Adopt-A-Cop this Mardi Gras season in an effort to assist with feeding officers working long hours on parade routes and in districts.
January 5, 2018
Throughout the year, the NOPD Public Affairs Division has produced dozens of videos highlighting the stories behind the badge, including profiles on officers and their involvement in the community, special moments as well as new initiatives.
September 14, 2017
Topics: Community, Districts, Partnerships
The New Orleans Police Department would like to thank everyone who showed support to officers during the second annual Geaux Blue Day.
September 7, 2017
Topics: Community, Police Training
The NOPD Mobile Crisis Unit is in need of mental health technicians to volunteer their time to help individuals suffering from mental health illnesses in our community.
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.
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