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June 25, 2024 | From NOPD News

Suspect Wanted For Aggravated Assault

New Orleans Police are asking the public's assistance with identifying a suspect wanted for aggravated assault.

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June 24, 2024 | From NOPD News

NOPD Seeking Suspects in Home Invasion & Theft of Dog

NOPD is asking for the public's assistance in locating two subjects wanted in connection with an aggravated burglary (home invasion) in which a dog was taken.

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June 24, 2024 | From NOPD News

NOPD Begins Using Drones in Public Safety Operations

The New Orleans Police Department has successfully begun using drones to support public safety operations. In a recent incident on June 9, 2024, that resulted in two arrests, a drone was deployed after an officer-in-need-of-assistance/life-in-danger call.

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June 24, 2024 | From NOPD News

Joint Law Enforcement Operation Leads to Arrest of Suspects in NOPD Homicide Investigation

Through a joint effort from multiple law enforcement agencies, two wanted suspects have been identified and arrested in the NOPD’s investigation of a homicide that occurred on June 22, 2024, in the 600 block of Bourbon Street.

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June 24, 2024 | From NOPD News

Suspect Wanted For Hit & Run

New Orleans Police are asking the public's assistance with identifying a suspect wanted for hit and run driving.

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June 24, 2024 | From NOPD News

NOPD Announces Preliminary Crime Statistics for June 16-22, 2024

The following is a weekly report of citywide crime statistics compiled by the NOPD Analytics Unit for the period of June 16-22, 2024. Please note that these statistical figures are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision.

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June 22, 2024 | From NOPD News

NOPD Investigating Homicide in Eighth District

The NOPD is investigating a homicide that occurred in the early hours today (June 22, 2024) in the 600 block of Bourbon Street and left one victim deceased.

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June 21, 2024 | From NOPD News

Suspect Wanted For Burglary

New Orleans Police are asking the public's assistance with identifying a suspect wanted for burglary.

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June 21, 2024 | From NOPD News

Suspect Wanted For Attempted Robbery

New Orleans Police are asking the public's assistance with identifying a suspect wanted for attempted robbery. 

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June 21, 2024 | From NOPD News

Person Of Interest Sought

New Orleans Police are asking the public's assistance with identifying a person of interest.

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Mayor LaToya Cantrell

Mayor LaToya Cantrell

On May 7, 2018, LaToya Cantrell made history as New Orleans’ first woman mayor in its 300-year history. After that historic victory, Mayor Cantrell was inaugurated to a second term on January 10, 2022. Her passion for the City of Yes and her dedication to its residents remains stronger than ever.

Mayor Cantrell remains focused on the issues of public safety, infrastructure, affordable housing and improving the quality of life for all New Orleans residents.