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#NOPD Use of Force Update - Ch. 1.3

This is a general review of NOPD policies on the use of force.  The Department should be providing use of force training and nothing contained herein should be considered to supplant any information provided in official training.   1,237 more words


#NOPD Promotion Appeals

The NOPD promoted 18 sergeants to lieutenant and 8 police officers to sergeant on July 24, 2015. Many people have inquired about lawsuits and appeals regarding these promotions. 577 more words


#NOPD Body Worn Cameras

The New Orleans Police Department has been on the cutting edge of the body worn camera movement in law enforcement.  As such, the policies that were developed here in New Orleans were not based on the myriad of experiences of other departments around the country.   409 more words


Suspect arrested after shooting, killing officer in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — A man wanted in the killing of a New Orleans police officer is in custody, according to the New Orleans Police Department’s… 161 more words


#OfficerDown #Signal108 #LODD #EnoughisEnough #FOP

Whenever we hear about a police officer killed in the line of duty, there is a shudder that runs through the law abiding community. When the officer is someone you know, the impact is much more personal.   245 more words


#FOPNO Communication

Communication is essential to the success of any organization.  We live in an era where we are surrounded by methods of communication — computers, smart phones, watches, etc.   441 more words


"Patterns Or Practice Of Unnecessary Force": Justice Department Reaches Settlement With Cleveland Over Police Conduct

The Justice Department has reached a settlement with the city of Cleveland over the conduct of its police officers, the latest case in which the Obama administration has investigated excessive use of force and the violation of constitutional rights by a local department, according to an agency official. 911 more words

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