by Tyler Gamble
October 3, 2016
Topics: Community Policing
This month, residents will have an opportunity to identify and prioritize the top public safety concerns in their neighborhoods at the department’s first-ever “Community Engagement Night Out.”
by Dawne Massey
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Armed Robbery, Seventh District
The NOPD is looking for Quindon Dunn (DOB: 8-6-1993) in connection to an armed robbery.
by Aaron E. Looney
October 2, 2016
Categories: On Duty
Topics: First District, Traffic Fatality/Hit and Run
The NOPD is investigating a fatal crash at the intersection of Tulane and South Carrollton avenues today (Oct. 2) that claimed the lives of three individuals and left two more injured.
Topics: Missing Person/Runaway, Third District
UPDATE: NOPD Third District Detective LaShawn Johnson met with Ifunanya “Vivian” Anaekwe this afternoon (Oct. 3) in the 8000 block of Pebble Drive and observed that Anaekwe had returned home and was in good health.
October 1, 2016
Topics: Homicide, Second District
UPDATE: Richard Donovan has been booked into Central Lockup on a charge of second-degree murder in this incident.
...in your inbox.
Get crime and police district information.
Click to subscribe
And download your police report for free
Report your incident now
View accidents and reported street flooding.
Starting the application process is easy—just apply online today. You can also print the Civil Service application and Personal History forms (DOWNLOAD them here).
Mobile Traffic Units are deployed at locations throughout the City to supplement and support traffic enforcement by the NOPD.
The Traffic Camera Safety Program deters red light violations, reduces speeding violations, increases traffic situational awareness and reduces collision severity.
Request a Mobile Traffic Unit
In 2010, Mayor Mitch Landrieu invited the DOJ into New Orleans to partner in reforming and strengthening the New Orleans Police Department.
The department is well on its way to complying with a federal consent decree that is serving as a blueprint for building a world-class police department that protects and serves its community.
Learn more about MAX.
View the data
Help solve crime and protect your neighborhood by registering your home or business security camera with NOPD today.
You will only be contacted by the New Orleans Police Department in the future if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your security camera.
Register your camera
Raw police data available to the public. Examine and analyze police responses and interactions throughout the city.
Calls for service, Stop and search, Use of force, Electronic police reporting, Camera metadata and more.
As part of its commitment to transparency and accountability, the New Orleans Police Department has made available its UCR data from 2011 to present.
Criminal reporting data for law enforcement executives, students of criminal justice, researchers, members of the media, and the public at large.
View the reports