OIG "NOPD makes remarkable turn around"

New Orleans police chief Michael Harrison discusses improvement in handling rape cases

The office of Inspector General says the NOPD made significant progress in its reporting of rapes.
Auditors examined the NOPD's reporting of rapes over a three-month period.
From October through December of last year, the OIG found the NOPD classified 99% of all sex crimes correctly.
They also found that more than 50% of calls were upgraded, while none of the calls for service were downgraded to lesser crimes.
It's a far cry from a report released by the OIG back in November 2014. That's when the OIG found a lack of oversight and factual documentation on more than 100 sex crime cases. Since that report six NOPD supervisors and five officers are facing disciplinary hearings.