To fully understand the lengths to which those in the upper echelons of the Jindal administration will go to punish those—especially subordinates—who dare to cross them, you need look no further than the case the Louisiana State Police hierarchy attempted to build against one of its own. 1,013 more words
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After more than three weeks of service in New Orleans, Governor Bobby Jindal is honoring state troopers for their work in the city. Since June 29th, troopers have responded to more than 1,200 calls, made more than 400 arrests, seized several hundred thousand dollars worth of illegal drugs and drug money, found more than two dozen stolen vehicles and issued nearly 2,000 traffic tickets. 30 more words
DPS issues two contracts, hires contractor as state employee, pays her $437,000 to improve DMV & $13K in airfare to S.C.
In 2011, two agencies within the Louisiana Department of Public Safety (DPS) entered into a pair of contracts with a company called CTQ Consultants totaling $38,400 to eliminate waste and to increase efficiency in the Office of Motor Vehicles ($22,400) by employing a combination of a trendy management method and to decrease the average DNA purchasing process turn-around time ($16,000). 955 more words