by Aaron E. Looney
August 19, 2016
Categories: On the Beat
For anyone looking to join a city police department, there’s no better time to look for the job than now. Major cities across the country, including New Orleans, are hiring up and offering impressive incentives for new police recruit applicants.
by Dawne Massey
August 17, 2016
Categories: On the Beat, Videos
Topics: Police Training, Recruitment
NOPD recruits undergo a rigorous training curriculum—a mix of classroom, scenario-based and physical training for 26 weeks at the Training Academy.
by Ambria R. Washington
July 21, 2016
Topics: Community Policing, Recruitment
Growing up in eastern New Orleans, Kevin Nguyen says the focus in the Vietnamese community was always on family.
by Ambria Washington
July 18, 2016
Rachel Willey is a Navy veteran, a mother of two and a wife. She's also one of the 32 members of NOPD Recruit Class #177.
by Aaron Looney
July 15, 2016
Couple moves to New Orleans from Idaho, joins NOPD
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