RESOURCES

How do I file a complaint?

What are people saying about the program?

Where can I find more information?

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Consent Decree Monitor

Federal Bureau of Investigations United States Attorney Eastern District of Louisiana

Phone No.: (504) 816-3000

United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division

Phone No.: (504) 680-3000 Phone No.: (202) 514-4609

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS & ORLEANS PARISH

Office of the Superintendent Michael Harrison

New Orleans Police Department

715 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.:(504) 658-5757

E-mail: nopdchief@nola.gov

Commander of Public Affairs, Remi Braden

Main Office Contact Info:

715 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Room 527, 5th Floor

Phone No.: (504) 658-5858

E-mail: NOPDPIO@cityofno.com

Public Integrity Bureau

New Orleans Police Department

118 North Rocheblave Street

New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-6800

Fax: (504) 658-6809

Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office

Eastbank
819 South Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119-7418
Phone No.:(504) 822-8000
Westbank
3630 MacArthur Blvd., Suite E. New Orleans, LA 70114-6826
Phone No.: (504) 826-7045
www.opcso.org

Criminal District Court

2700 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-9100

Fax: (504) 658-9113

Municipal Court

819 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-9700

Fax: (504) 658-9725

Orleans Parish Public Defenders

Derwyn Bunton Chief District Defender

2601 Tulane Avenue, Suite 700 New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 821-8101

Fax: (504) 821-5285

Orleans Parish District Attorney

Main Office

619 South White Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 822-2414

Domestic Violence Unit

Family Justice Center

830 Julia Street New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone No.: (504) 592-4005

Child Support Enforcement Office

Enforcement Office:

1340 Poydras Street Suite 1500 New Orleans, LA 70112

Phone No.: (504) 568-027

Diversion Office

2601 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 827-6358

PERSONNEL

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS & ORLEANS PARISH

Consent Decree Monitor

Office of the Superintendent Michael Harrison

Commander of Public Affairs, Remi Braden

Public Integrity Bureau

Federal Bureau of Investigations United States Attorney Eastern District of Louisiana

Phone No.: (504) 816-3000

United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division

Phone No.: (504) 680-3000 Phone No.: (202) 514-4609

New Orleans Police Department

715 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.:(504) 658-5757

E-mail: nopdchief@nola.gov

Main Office Contact Info:

715 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Room 527, 5th Floor

Phone No.: (504) 658-5858

E-mail: NOPDPIO@cityofno.com

New Orleans Police Department

118 North Rocheblave Street

New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-6800

Fax: (504) 658-6809

Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office

Criminal District Court

Municipal Court

Eastbank
819 South Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119-7418
Phone No.:(504) 822-8000
Westbank
3630 MacArthur Blvd., Suite E. New Orleans, LA 70114-6826
Phone No.: (504) 826-7045
www.opcso.org

2700 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-9100

Fax: (504) 658-9113

819 S. Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 658-9700

Fax: (504) 658-9725

Orleans Parish Public Defenders

Orleans Parish District Attorney

Domestic Violence Unit

Derwyn Bunton Chief District Defender

2601 Tulane Avenue, Suite 700 New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 821-8101

Fax: (504) 821-5285

Main Office

619 South White Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone No.: (504) 822-2414

Family Justice Center

830 Julia Street New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone No.: (504) 592-4005

Child Support Enforcement Office

Diversion Office

Enforcement Office:

1340 Poydras Street Suite 1500 New Orleans, LA 70112

Phone No.: (504) 568-027

2601 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone No.: (504) 827-6358

What is community-police mediation?

What happens in a mediation session?

What are the benefits of the program?

INDEPENDENT POLICE MONITOR

The Office of the Independent Police Monitor (IPM) is an independent, civilian police oversight agency created in August of 2009. Its mission is to improve police service to the community, citizen trust in the NOPD, and officer safety and working conditions.