by Tyler Gamble
September 30, 2016
Topics: Community Policing
Tomorrow, (Oct. 1) McDonald’s of New Orleans will launch a new program to recognize NOPD officers every month.
September 28, 2016
Topics: Coffee with Cops, Community Policing
This Saturday, October 1, 2016, residents and visitors are invited to come out to participating McDonald’s restaurant locations in New Orleans for the third Coffee with Cops event.
September 23, 2016
Topics: community policing
The National Alliance of Resident Services in Affordable and Assisted Housing (NAR-SAAH) has named NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison as the 2016 "Police Superintendent of the Year."
September 21, 2016
Speaking to more than 100 New Orleans Job Corps Center students from across the city today (Sept. 21), NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison said he is committed to improving the relationship between the police department and youth in New Orleans.
by Ambria R. Washington
September 14, 2016
Categories: Community, Videos
If there’s one pastime Sergeant Christopher Prochaska just can’t let go, it’s definitely skateboarding.
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