No neighborhood in New Orleans is crime-free. Compiled here is information about crime reporting and crime fighting. As neighbors, we need to stand together and look out for one another.
A crime committee is being formed. This group will maintain the Neighborhood Watch program, follow crimes committed in the neighborhood and work with the NOPD. If you would like to get involved, please contact Debby Pigman email@example.com.
Starting 2012 FDNA and surrounding neighborhoods have been reassigned from the Second NOPD district to the Sixth.
NOPD Sixth Police District (web site)
1930 Martin Luther King Blvd.
New Orleans, La. 70113
Police Commander: Robert R. Bardy
NOPD 6th District Hot Sheet - Hot Sheets are used by the Sixth District to identify areas where illegal activities are occurring, have occurred or where potential problems exist. This would be not just criminal activity, but any activity affecting quality of life issues as well – excessive noise, abandoned vehicles or houses, street lights or crime cameras, dumping of trash, etc. (download hotsheet)
NONPACC – an acronym that is an abbreviation of New Orleans Neighborhood Police Anti-Crime Council – meets monthly on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30pm.
The meetings are held at 2020 St. Charles Ave. at the Tourism Tourism Bureau. Due to damage from Hurricane Isaac, meeting are currently being held at the 6th District Station, 1930 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Commander Bardy reviews the month with the aid of maps and explains what the police department is doing. Officers are available to address individual concerns. The meetings are open to all and provide strategic information about crime in the 6th District. **NOTE NEW MEET
Crimestoppers to report criminal activity www.crimestoppersgno.org or 504-822-1111. If you have information on a crime, simply call 822-1111 or 1-877-903-STOP. You are not required to give your name, and you will be eligible to receive a cash reward. You can also leave a tip on their web site.
FBI NOLA Field Office 504-816-3000
If you suspect or witness drug dealing, in addition to contacting the NOPD with a detailed account, also contact Crimestoppers and the FBI.
Criminal Sheriff’s website and criminal docket: www.opcso.org
Silence is Violence: www.silenceisviolence.org – SilenceIsViolence is an anti-violence campaign that was founded following the December 28 murder of Dinerral Shavers and the January 4 murder of Helen Hill.
ProjectNOLA: http://www.projectnola.com/ a web site with live NOPD scanner, NOFD scanner, NOPD alert feed and more: