by Dawne Massey and Aaron Looney
June 30, 2016
Categories: On the Beat, Videos
James Rosier Jr. isn’t your typical wide-eyed, fresh-faced police recruit. He’s worn a badge for nearly 20 years, and he even wrote a book about his experience as a law enforcement professional.
by Dawne Massey
June 28, 2016
Talking with Commander Derek Frick in his office at NOPD Headquarters, it’s hard not to pick up on the good vibes he’s giving. The 25-year-veteran has a clear and renewed sense of life and purpose, and he’s the first one tell you.
by Aaron Looney
June 24, 2016
Categories: Community, Videos
Topics: Community Policing
NOPD officers bravely step into the XS Martial Arts DoJo to take on New Orleans Recreation Development Commission summer campers!
June 16, 2016
Topics: Police Training
All NOPD officers who use scooters on patrol must complete a certification process before they're authorized to operate the vehicle.
June 3, 2016
Today, the NOPD held a SWAT graduation for law enforcement officers who recently completed a four-week basic SWAT school training led by the NOPD.
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