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NOPD, Federal Consent Decree Monitors to Present at Public Hearing April 20

by NOPD Public Affairs

April 20, 2022

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Announcement

NOPD, Federal Consent Decree Monitors to Present at Public Hearing April 20

The NOPD and the Federal Consent Decree Monitors will hold a public hearing today (April 20, 2022) to discuss the department's progress to come into full compliance with the ongoing Federal Consent Decree. Superintendent Shaun Ferguson will be in attendance, as well as other NOPD and Consent Decree Monitor personnel. 

 

NOPD to Take Part in Nationwide “Buckle Up in Your Truck” Awareness Campaign

by NOPD Public Affairs

April 20, 2022

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Announcement

NOPD to Take Part in Nationwide “Buckle Up in Your Truck” Awareness Campaign

The NOPD will be partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Louisiana Highway Safety Commission for the “Buckle-Up in Your Truck” campaign, which will span from April 23- April 30.

Royal Street Pedestrian Corridor to Reopen

by Gary S. Scheets

April 15, 2022

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Announcement, Eighth District

Royal Street Pedestrian Corridor to Reopen

The NOPD will be recreating a pedestrian corridor along Royal Street in the Eighth District.

NOPD Announces Promotions of Multiple Officers to Ranking Positions

by NOPD Public Affairs

April 11, 2022

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Announcement

NOPD Announces Promotions of Multiple Officers to Ranking Positions

On April 8, 2022, the NOPD promoted multiple officers to ranking positions in a ceremony held at the Training and Education Academy.

Blood Drive Ongoing for Retired NOPD Officer

by NOPD Public Affairs

March 16, 2022

Categories: Announcement

Topics: Announcement

Blood Drive Ongoing for Retired NOPD Officer

A blood drive is being held today and tomorrow (March 16-17, 2022) for Retired NOPD Officer David Waguespack, a 30-plus year veteran of the department who currently works as a civilian with the Mounted Division. David is currently hospitalized, and blood donations are urgently needed to assist in his recovery.

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