by Tyler Gamble
November 11, 2016
Topics: Good Police Work, Partnerships
A statewide victims advocacy group has named Commander Doug Eckert as an “Agent of Change” in the community who is working to create positive change to end sexual violence in New Orleans.
by Dawne Massey
November 10, 2016
Categories: On the Beat
NOPD officers are encouraged to keep training and keep learning throughout their careers, and the New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation (NOPJF) is helping to make it possible.
October 28, 2016
Halloween – and Halloween safety tips – aren’t just for kids. If you’re planning to make the rounds showing off your Halloween costume this weekend, NOPD encourages you to stay safe and make a plan that ensures you get home safely.
by Aaron Looney
October 27, 2016
Categories: Community, Videos
Topics: Community Policing, Partnerships
For the sixth consecutive year, the NOPD has partnered with Walgreens and the New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation to provide candy to area schoolchildren in reflective trick-or-treat bags.
October 26, 2016
This week, Superintendent Michael Harrison and NOPD patrol officers joined New Orleans Pelicans players and area law enforcement agencies for a community discussion on policing with youth from across New Orleans.
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