by Dawne Massey
February 14, 2017
Topics: Partnerships, Traffic Alert
Getting around New Orleans during Mardi Gras can be a challenge, and finding places to park safely and legally once you get to the parades can make things even more stressful.
February 10, 2017
Members of the military are conducting urban military training in New Orleans from February 7-17, 2017. This training has been coordinated with the appropriate state, parish, and city officials as well as private property owners.
February 8, 2017
The New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation (NOPJF) has launched its annual Adopt-A-Cop initiative.
February 3, 2017
Topics: Police Training
The NOPD welcomed 29 new recruits to the force with the graduation of Class #177 today (Feb. 3).
by Tyler Gamble
January 14, 2017
Topics: Modernizing Policing
Superintendent Michael Harrison will meet with House Speaker Paul Ryan on Monday (Jan. 16) about new approaches police departments are taking on police training regarding de-escalation, decision-making and use of force tactics.
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