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NOPD’s New Peer Intervention Program Takes Center Stage at Police Use of Force Meeting in New Orleans This Week

by Tyler Gamble

December 12, 2016

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Modernizing Policing

NOPD’s New Peer Intervention Program Takes Center Stage at Police Use of Force Meeting in New Orleans This Week

The NOPD’s new peer intervention program, known as EPIC, or Ethical Policing is Courageous, will be introduced to a national audience of police officials this week at a police use of force meeting in New Orleans.

Weekly Wrap-Up: Big Armed Robbery Arrests, Christmas Second Line Parade Close Out Strong Week For NOPD

by Tyler Gamble

December 9, 2016

Categories: Announcement, Videos

Topics: Community Policing, Good Police Work

From major violent crime arrests to community engagement events throughout the city, this was a busy week for NOPD officers across New Orleans.

Current and Fallen New Orleans First Responders Will Be Honored Sunday In Jackson Square

by Tyler Gamble

December 8, 2016

Categories: Announcement

Current and Fallen New Orleans First Responders Will Be Honored Sunday In Jackson Square

This Sunday (Dec. 11), Mayor Mitch Landrieu, NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison, NOFD Superintendent Tim McConnell, EMS Director Dr. Jeffrey Elder and City officials will honor first responders from all of the City’s public safety agencies at the annual inspection and memorial mass celebration in Jackson Square.

NOPD Accepting Applications for Crime Analyst Positions

by Tyler Gamble

December 2, 2016

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Recruitment

NOPD Accepting Applications for Crime Analyst Positions

The NOPD is looking for talented, driven individuals looking to help expand our Analytics unit. 

NOPD Officer Takes on New Role as Policy Advisor on Police Reform

by Dawne Massey

November 29, 2016

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Modernizing Policing

NOPD Officer Takes on New Role as Policy Advisor on Police Reform

Law enforcement agencies throughout the state continue to look to New Orleans for insight into furthering police reform. The NOPD’s Jacob Lundy (right) is now taking the information to them.

 

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