NOPD News

News & Information from the New Orleans Police Department

Posts

NOPD Traffic Officers Escort Mardi Gras Floats in Preparation for Parades

by Aaron E. Looney

February 16, 2017

Categories: On the Beat, Videos

Topics: Community Policing, Police Training

Members of the NOPD Traffic Division began the process of escorting hundreds of Mardi Gras floats to their sites of preparation for this Carnival season. Lt. Anthony Micheu explains the process and why it is necessary for the safety of the floats and the community.

NOPD Graduates 29 New Recruits

by Dawne Massey

February 3, 2017

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Police Training

NOPD Graduates 29 New Recruits

The NOPD welcomed 29 new recruits to the force with the graduation of Class #177 today (Feb. 3). 

NOPD Commander Headed to FBI Academy in Quantico for Specialized Leadership Training

by Dawne Massey

January 5, 2017

Categories: On the Beat

Topics: Police Training

NOPD Commander Headed to FBI Academy in Quantico for Specialized Leadership Training

Commander Otha Sandifer has been selected to participate in a comprehensive course of study at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. 

NOPD’s First Recruit Class of 2016: On the Street, Protecting and Serving New Orleans

by Dawne Massey

December 28, 2016

Categories: On the Beat

Topics: Fifth District, Police Training, Second District, Third District

NOPD’s First Recruit Class of 2016: On the Street, Protecting and Serving New Orleans

NOPDNews caught up with some members of Class #174, the first NOPD recruit class to launch and graduate in 2016. 

In 2016, NOPD Prioritized De-Escalation Training For New And Veteran Officers

by Ambria Washington

December 13, 2016

Categories: On the Beat

Topics: Modernizing Policing, Police Training

In 2016, NOPD Prioritized De-Escalation Training For New And Veteran Officers

How a police officer first responds to a person in crisis can determine the outcome of an entire situation, including whether someone gets hurt, goes to the hospital or goes to jail. That’s why the NOPD made training new and veteran officers in de-escalation techniques a top priority in 2016.

Displaying results 31-35 (of 51)
 |<  <  2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11  >  >|