- Community Crime Walk on Wednesday, July 31 at 6pm
- Recent Crime Videos Uploaded on You Tube
- NOPD Citizen’s Academy
- Satchmo Summer Festival, August 1-4
- Whitney White Linen Night, August 3
- French Quarter Group Helps NOPD with Crime Cameras – Fox8
- Register Your Bicycle with the NOPD
- Sign Up for Email Alerts from the City and Follow Us on Facebook
- No Stopping Zones on Royal, Bourbon and Iberville Streets
- 311 Complaint Line
Community Crime Walk on Wednesday, July 31 at 6pm
Join Commander Walls for our monthly Community Anti-Crime Walk on Wednesday, July 31st at 6pm. We will begin at St. Roch and Royal, proceed on Royal to Marigny, to Chartres, ending at Chartres and Franklin.
The community walks provide you with an opportunity to meet and interact with the police that serve your area and spread the message that the police and community stand together in our efforts to combat violence. As we walk, we provide vital Crimestoppers information and leaflets to citizens we encounter. The walk is held simultaneously in all police districts to show solidarity of our effort throughout the police department.
Recent Crime Videos Uploaded to YouTube
The NOPD Citizens Academy Wants You!
The 8-week program begins on Wednesday, August 21, 2013. Sessions are held every Wednesday from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm at the Special Operations Division Compound located at 1899 Tchoupitoulas Street in New Orleans.
The Citizen’s Police Academy is a program designed to provide citizens with information on various functions of the NOPD and the criminal justice system. The academy does not teach citizens how to become police officers. The program consists of various topics, which will be presented by several police officers and other city officials and leaders.
Some of the topics that will be discussed are: Communications Division (complaint calls); Community Policing (Neighborhood Watch, Crimestoppers); Public Integrity Bureau (complaints against police officers); Domestic Violence (laws and police procedures); Special Investigations (various criminal investigations), Crime Lab Division (evidence collection); Education and Training Academy (probable cause, search and seizure); Crime Prevention Unit (programs and functions) as well as several other topics.
The application can be found at the bottom of the press release: http://clicks.skem1.com/preview/?c=15553&g=7584&p=a72a455679325d6d706c91f620a8dbc7&utm_source=contactology&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Citizen%27sPoliceAcademy-NewOrleansPoliceDepartment%27sCrimePreventionUnit
Satchmo Summer Festival
Whitney White Linen Night
French Quarter Group Helps NOPD with Crime Cameras – Fox8
SafeCams8 is a public safety project of the French Quarter Management District (FQMD) in partnership with the New Orleans Police Department’s 8th District.
The goal of SafeCams8 is to develop a comprehensive list of all the privately owned video surveillance cameras in the 8th District that record activities occurring on a street or sidewalk. The list will allow the 8th District to expeditiously contact a camera owner or operator when police access to a camera's footage is needed to solve a crime or facilitate an investigation.
Participation in SafeCams8 is voluntary. There is no obligation to maintain a camera's video surveillance capability or to provide video footage to the NOPD.
To register your surveillance camera(s), visit: http://fqmd.org/safecams8-nopdfix.html. If a camera owner or operator would prefer to send the SafeCams8 registration information to the 8th District by email instead, please email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are considering installing cameras and need some advice or would like more information on SafeCams8, send an email to Robert Simms at email@example.com or Larry Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safe Cams 8 Link for Shopping for Security Cameras and VCC Regulations: http://safecas8cameraquestions.blogspot.com/ and http://vcccamguide.blogspot.com/
Register Your Bicycle with the NOPD
Registering your bicycle is simple and easy. A money order in the amount of $3.00 is required, to cover the cost of printing the license decals. The receipt from the purchase of the bike or a notarized statement of ownership is necessary. The bicycle must also be available for inspection before receiving the registration decal.
We now offer the following options for you to register your bicycle with the NOPD:
Register at the 8th District station, located at 334 Royal Street, by appointment (email email@example.com or 504-239-0356)
Register at NOPD Headquarters, located at 715 South Broad Street, Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm.
How You Can Stay Informed: Facebook and Nola Ready
No Stopping Zones
The following blocks are designated as NO STOPPING zones, Sunday through Saturday, from 6pm to 6am:
100 block of Royal Street
100 block of Bourbon Street
700 block of Iberville Street
Illegally parked vehicles are subject to being ticketed and/or towed.
NOLA 311 for Non-Emergency Service Requests
Currently, NOLA 311 handles the following types of requests:
City Assisted Evacuation registration
Code Enforcement complaints
DPW Maintenance: manhole cover maintenance, pothole/roadway surface repair, road shoulder repair, sidewalk repair (public property), and street flooding/drainage issues
DPW Parking: abandoned vehicles
DPW Traffic: street lights, street signs, traffic signs, traffic signals, and road surface marking
Sanitation: dead animal pickup, illegal dumping, large item pickup, trash/garbage pickup, residential recycling
NOLA 311 will continue to integrate additional departments and services. 311 customer service agents can assist callers with contacting city departments such as Finance, Safety and Permits, Mosquito and Termite Control, as well as a number of other departments.
Dial 311 (from any phone based in New Orleans) or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org