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Suspect in New Orleans Officer's Death Declared Incompetent for Trial

October 20, 2017
A man on trial in the death of a New Orleans police officer was declared incompetent to stand trial Thursday — a day after he smuggled feces into the courtroom and smeared them on his face and mouth during jury selection.

New Orleans Officer Used Stun Gun Before Being Fatally Shot

October 17, 2017
New Orleans police officer Marcus McNeil tussled with his accused killer and used his stun gun before he was fatally shot early Friday, according to a warrant for the shooter's arrest.

Fans Boo as Saints Players Kneel During Tribute to Murdered New Orleans Officer

October 16, 2017
Fans booed New Orleans Saints players who knelt before the presentation of the American flag and the singing of the national anthem Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Video: New Orleans Officer Shot and Killed, Suspect to Face Murder Charge

October 13, 2017
New Orleans Police Department Officer Marcus McNeil, 29, was shot and killed on patrol early Friday morning. The shooting suspect will face first-degree murder charges, according to NOPD Supt. Michael Harrison.

New Orleans Officer Shot and Killed, Suspect to Face Murder Charge

October 13, 2017
New Orleans Police Department Officer Marcus McNeil, 29, was shot and killed on patrol early Friday morning. The shooting suspect face first-degree murder charges, according to NOPD Supt. Michael Harrison. More Here.

Crime Up, Arrests Down as New Orleans Faces Severe Officer Shortage

May 23, 2017
A new report on the New Orleans Police Department shows that a recent uptick in violent crime has come amid a dramatic decrease in the number of arrests. And both trends seem to be fueled by depleted troop strength.

Crime Up, Arrests Down as New Orleans Faces Severe Officer Shortage

May 23, 2017
A new report on the New Orleans Police Department shows that a recent uptick in violent crime has come amid a dramatic decrease in the number of arrests. And both trends seem to be fueled by depleted troop strength.

Richard Pennington, Former Police Chief of New Orleans and Atlanta Dies

May 9, 2017
Richard Pennington, who attained national renown for bringing departmental reforms and helping reduce crime rates while serving as chief in New Orleans, died May 4 at a hospice center in Atlanta. He was 70.

New Orleans Homicide Unit “Completely Broken,” Detective Says

April 18, 2017
With nearly three out of every four murders going unsolved this year, morale within the New Orleans police homicide unit has ebbed to a caustic level, sources say, as detectives feel crushed by excessive caseloads and overtime restrictions, and tensions with Orleans Parish prosecutors reaching their highest level in nearly a decade.

Louisiana Lieutenant Found Dead in New Orleans Police Gym

March 8, 2017
A law enforcement officer found dead Tuesday afternoon in the gym of New Orleans Police Department's headquarters was a lieutenant with the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office who previously worked for decades at the NOPD, the sheriff's office said.

New Orleans to Pay $13.3 Million to Settle Lawsuits Over Katrina Police Shootings

December 20, 2016
Seventeen plaintiffs involved in civil lawsuits over police shootings that happened just before and during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina will split a $13.3 million settlement, Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced at a press conference Monday afternoon.

New Orleans Officer Dies 15 Years After Pursuit Crash

November 21, 2016
The New Orleans Police Department on Wednesday buried an officer who survived a crash on the job more than 15 years ago.

Post-Katrina Police Shooting Criminal Cases End with Plea

November 4, 2016
A former police sergeant admitted on Friday that he helped cover up the fatal police shootings of two people in the chaotic days following Hurricane Katrina, ending a criminal case that roiled the New Orleans Police Department after the 2005 storm.

LA Suspect in Shootout with Police Died from Self-Inflicted Gunshot

August 24, 2016
The coroner's office said a man who was involved in a shootout with New Orleans police and Louisiana State Police troopers Sunday died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Video: Baltimore Police Consult New Orleans PD After Justice Department Report

August 24, 2016
Harrison says the NOPD is well on its way to complying with the federal consent decree, and Baltimore Police hope they can do the same. They'll tour the training facility and look at what the NOPD calls better supervision practices and reforms.

Baltimore Police Consult New Orleans PD After Justice Department Report

August 24, 2016
Harrison says the NOPD is well on its way to complying with the federal consent decree, and Baltimore Police hope they can do the same. They'll tour the training facility and look at what the NOPD calls better supervision practices and reforms. More Here.

New Orleans Officer Collapses, Dies on Overnight Shift

July 5, 2016
A New Orleans police officer died Sunday after collapsing while on duty on Bourbon Street. Officer Bryan Bordes, 43, became ill just before 4 a.m. and died in an ambulance on the way to the hospital

New Orleans Officer Dies from Crash Injuries, Driver Expected to Face Charges

June 7, 2016
New Orleans Police officer Natasha Hunter, 32, died Tuesday afternoon of injuries she suffered early Sunday morning when a suspected drunk driver hit her while she investigated a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 shoulder near the Esplanade Avenue exit, New Orleans police said.

New Orleans Officer Gravely Injured in I-10 Crash

June 6, 2016
A New Orleans Police Department officer was working an auto accident on I-10 this weekend when she was struck by a vehicle reportedly driven by a motorist under the influence of alcohol and gravely injured, according to New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison. More Here.

Video: New Orleans Officer Gravely Injured in I-10 Crash

June 6, 2016
A New Orleans Police Department officer was working an auto accident on I-10 this weekend when she was struck by a vehicle reportedly driven by a motorist under the influence of alcohol and gravely injured, according to New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison.
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