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There’s a lot of Police Data Available Online, and the NOPD Wants You To Know About it

by Tyler Gamble

November 16, 2016

Categories: Transparency

Topics: Modernizing Policing

There’s a lot of Police Data Available Online, and the NOPD Wants You To Know About it

The NOPD has published more police data online in the past six months than the department has ever made publicly available in its 220-year history. 

Newest Class of Crisis Intervention Team Trained Officers to Graduate Thursday

by Tyler Gamble

November 16, 2016

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Modernizing Policing, Police Training

Newest Class of Crisis Intervention Team Trained Officers to Graduate Thursday

Tomorrow (Nov. 17), the NOPD will graduate the newest class of police officers trained in specialized de-escalation techniques known as Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training. 

Police Response Times to Emergency Calls Have Dropped in Every District This Year

by Ben Horwitz

November 11, 2016

Categories: Transparency

Topics: Modernizing Policing

Police Response Times to Emergency Calls Have Dropped in Every District This Year

The amount of time it takes an NOPD officer to respond to an emergency call for service has dropped in every police district in the city over the past year, according to NOPD response time data. 

WATCH: Inside the NOPD's Mobile Crisis Unit

by Aaron Looney

November 4, 2016

Categories: On the Beat, Videos

Topics: Modernizing Policing

Take a ride with two of the NOPD Mobile Crisis Unit's mental health technicians who volunteer their time to assist officers in handling incidents involving persons who are possibly suffering from mental illness.

NOPD Crisis Transportation Service Looking for Volunteers to Serve as Mental Health Technicians

by Aaron Looney

November 4, 2016

Categories: On the Beat

Topics: Modernizing Policing

NOPD Crisis Transportation Service Looking for Volunteers to Serve as Mental Health Technicians

The NOPD’s Crisis Transportation Service is searching for volunteers to serve as mental health technicians to assist in its mission to provide a more dignified and humane method of care and transport for those persons encountered by the NOPD who are mentally ill and/or emotionally disturbed.

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