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NOPD Invites Residents to Second District Meet-and-Greet

by Danielle B. Miller

June 21, 2019

Categories: Announcement, Community

Topics: Announcement, Community, community policing, NOPD, Second District

NOPD Invites Residents to Second District Meet-and-Greet

Members of the Second District are invited to attend a meet-and-greet with the newly appointed Second District Commander Jeffrey Walls.

NOPD Debuts Special Badge to Celebrate Pride Month

by NOPD Public Affairs Staff

June 21, 2019

Categories: Community

Topics: Community Policing

NOPD Debuts Special Badge to Celebrate Pride Month

In honor of Pride Month, the NOPD has made available to its officers a special badge bearing the multi-colored Pride symbol. The badge is available for officers to wear during the month of June, recognized as Pride Month, as well as during the city’s annual Decadence Festival in September.

NOPD Enforces Summer Curfew Hours for Juveniles

by Danielle B. Miller

May 31, 2019

Categories: Announcement, Community

Topics: Announcement, Community, community policing, Districts

NOPD Enforces Summer Curfew Hours for Juveniles

The NOPD is reminding parents and legal guardians that summer curfew hours are in effect beginning Monday, June 3, 2019.

NOPD Invites Residents to Join Citizens Police Academy

by Danielle B. Miller

May 7, 2019

Categories: Announcement, Community

Topics: Announcement, Community Policing, Districts, NOPD, Recruitment

NOPD Invites Residents to Join Citizens Police Academy

Superintendent Shaun Ferguson is inviting residents to take an inside look at the New Orleans Police Department by joining the NOPD Citizens Police Academy (CPA).

NOPD Announces Crime Stats for First Quarter, Murders Down 46 Percent

by Andy Cunningham

April 3, 2019

Categories: Announcement, Community, Transparency

Topics: Announcement, Community, community policing, NOPD

NOPD Announces Crime Stats for First Quarter, Murders Down 46 Percent

The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) announced today (Wednesday, April 3) continued reductions in violent crime in New Orleans for the 1st quarter of 2019, including a 46-percent year-to-date drop in murders, a 17-percent decrease in non-fatal shootings, and an 8-percent decline in armed robberies.

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