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The Sewerage & Water Board issued a precautionary boil water advisory for the East bank of New Orleans, including the Lower 9th Ward and New Orleans East, due to a drop in water pressure.
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NOPD welcomes citizen volunteers to assist with the critical task of ensuring the safety of New Orleans and work to ensure New Orleans is a safe place to live, work and visit.
The Volunteers Can Lead, or VoCaL program offers residents who would like to volunteer time and skills the training and opportunity to assist NOPD in the following areas
VoCal volunteers will also be required to wear the uniform provided by the NOPD, a blue golf shirt with the VoCaL logo, khaki pants and black shoes. Anyone interested in joining the VoCal Program or needs additional information may contact Officer Steve Harrell email@example.com.
VoCal Application Form
Please mail form to:
New Orleans Police Department
Administrative Duties Division
Officer Nicole McCaskill
715 South Broad Street
New Orleans, La. 70119
COPS2 is a citizen organization that supports 2nd District Law Enforcement Officers by providing equipment and essentials necessary to serve the community. COPS2 is open to anyone who wants to join crime fighting efforts, as well as 2nd District residents.
Cops3 is a citizen organization that supports 3rd District Law Enforcement Officers by providing equipment and essentials necessary to serve the community. Cops3 is open to anyone who wants to join crime fighting efforts, as well as 3rd District residents.
COPS8 is a citizen’s organization that supports 3rd District Law Enforcement Officers by providing equipment and essentials necessary to serve the community. Cops8 is open to anyone who wants to join crime fighting efforts, as well as 8th District residents.
The Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office has coordinated the selection process for the first set of PCAB members for each police district. The first PCAB members were selected in Fall 2012. The initial members will receive an orientation training by the Department of Justice, the New Orleans Police Department, and the Mayor's office.
The members of the PCAB are comprised of citizens from their respective council districts and the eight (8) police districts. Each police district will have a PCAB that will consist of seven (7) volunteer community members who will serve a 24-month term vetted through an application process. Membership is open to all residents in the City of New Orleans. The seven-member advisory board will meet quarterly to discuss crime and quality of life issues.
Click here for more information and to apply: New Orleans Police Community Advisory Board (PCAB)
Last updated: 6/30/2017 2:28:42 PM