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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Police Community Advisory Board

About the Program


Established to encourage police and community collaboration, the Police Community Advisory Boards (PCABs) provide a framework for community members to give feedback and recommendations to each of the eight police districts in New Orleans.  While the PCABs provide recommendations to the NOPD, they do not have any decision making authority over NOPD finances, policies, or practices.


There are eight PCABs across the city of New Orleans, representing each of the eight police districts. The seven members of each PCAB are citizen volunteers from their respective police districts who serve a two-year term during which they meet quarterly to address crime and quality of life issues.  For more detailed information about procedures and policies, view the PCAB Policy Manual.

Board Roles

  • Maintain a consistent partnership between the community and law enforcement
  • Serve to help reduce crime and enhance the quality of life for all citizens
  • Establish goals that can be accomplished through positive and open communications
  • Help community groups share responsibility for police accountability and the commitment to serve
  • Establish a process to enhance community dialogue at meetings and other events to enhance the public trust
  • Create processes to help address issues of bias based policing
  • Improve interaction between police and citizens through education and training
  • Establish a community process to gain input that include all diverse community groups
  • Assist law enforcement in helping to maintain police standards for accountability
  • Strengthen and ensure the application of equal protection under the law for all persons

Districts and Current Board Presidents

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2015 Police Community Advisory Board Meetings

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Serve on Your District's Police Community Advisory Board

Applications may be submitted online below or click here to download a copy of the PCAB application. You can submit applications to the Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office or any police district office.

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Your Information
Are you at least 17 years of age?*
How can you help?
Tell us which areas you are interested in*

Are you involved in a neighborhood watch group?*
If not, would you be interested in joining a group in your neighborhood?*
Have you attended a meeting with the New Orleans Neighborhood Police Anti-Crime Council?*
Have you attended a COMSTAT meeting?*

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Last updated: 9/3/2015 2:18:33 PM

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