New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation


The New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation strives to make New Orleans a safer place to live, work and visit. We accomplish this by promoting excellence in policing, efficiency in criminal justice and positive community engagement.

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Category: Public Safety & Crime Prevention
Website: http://www.nopjf.org
Parish: Jefferson
At NOPJF we channel private support into programs that yield tangible results: More officers. Better technology. Effective community partnerships. Less crime.

Officers
- The Tragedy Fund, administered by NOPJF, has provided over $140,000 to seriously injured officers and their families in their time of need.
- NOPJF's Tuition Assistance Program offsets the cost of college for NOPD employees.
- From personal protective gear to horses and canines, NOPJF is filling gaps by providing officers with the equipment and supplies they need to keep us safe.

Community
- NOPJF's Cops for Kids Program provides a safe, enriching environment for 150 at-risk New Orleans youth every year.
- New Orleans citizens are helping NOPD identify suspects and solve crimes by registering more than 4,000 private security cameras through NOPJF's SafeCamNOLA.com.
- NOPJF's groundbreaking Adopt-a-Block initiative is helping residents install private security cameras in high crime hot spots.

Department
- NOPJF's JoinNOPD.org Campaign is recruiting the next generation of police officers.
- NOPJF's OPISIS Technology initiative makes NOPD more efficient and effective by providing real time data and cutting edge crime analysis software.
- NOPJF's training investments bring world-class leadership development courses and law enforcement best practices to NOPD officers.
"The New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation is the only nonprofit organization exclusively dedicating its support to the New Orleans Police Department.
The NOPJF provides the equipment, training and technology my officers need to fight crime and make New Orleans a safer place to live, work and visit."
- Superintendent Michael Harrison