Amid the imposition of a federal consent decree requiring the New Orleans Police Department to analyze the usefulness of traffic and pedestrian stops and to provide additional training in that area, officers patrolling Algiers have been directed to increase their "proactive policing," with the warning that poor performance could result in working undesirable shifts. A recent email from Commander Brian Weiss of the department's 4th District says that officers deemed the top "producers of proactive work" will receive their choice of shifts -- while those on the lower end will be reassigned. The new directive was given to officers daily during roll call last week.
Sunday, August 12, 2012
You say you're tired of the Serpas Signal?
So, how do you feel about MOAR SERPAS SIGNAL?