by Tyler Gamble
December 12, 2016
Topics: Modernizing Policing
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.
by Dawne Massey
December 9, 2016
Categories: On the Beat
When gunshots rang out on Bourbon Street in the early morning of November 27th, NOPD officers worked quickly to secure the scene and to get help for the victims.
November 29, 2016
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.
by Aaron Looney
November 22, 2016
In today’s world, technology is involved in nearly every aspect of our daily lives. Phones, computers, cameras and more capture records of our activities, both legal and illegal.
November 17, 2016
Topics: Modernizing Policing, Police Training
This morning (Nov. 17), the NOPD graduated the newest class of police officers trained in specialized de-escalation techniques known as Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training.
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