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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

NOPD CITIZEN’S POLICE ACADEMY

NEW ORLEANS POLICE DEPARTMENT
CITIZEN’S POLICE ACADEMY
 
 
PROGRAM BACKGROUND
 
The Citizen’s Police Academy is managed by the Crime Prevention Unit of the New Orleans Police Department under the leadership of Superintendent Ronal W. Serpas.  The academy is a program designed to provide citizens with information on various functions of the New Orleans Police Department and the criminal justice system.  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) and several other topics.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
 
·         At least 21 years old
·         A resident of the City of New Orleans
·         Must submit an application
 
 
DATE FOR FILING APPLICATION
 
Applications will be accepted until announcement is withdrawn.
 
 
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
 
The 8-week program begins on Wednesday, April 24, 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.  Plans for other 2013 sessions are in progress.  
 
 
REGISTRATION FOR THE PROGRAM
 
Contact NOPD  using information below to get a program application.
 
New Orleans Police Department
Crime Prevention Unit
715 South Broad Street, Room A-412
New Orleans, Louisiana  70119
Office Number: (504) 658-5590
Fax Number: (504) 658-5170
 
 
 

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