Locals invited to voice concerns about public safety

Locals invited to voice concerns about public safety

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - New Orleans residents can voice concerns about public safety as a part of an event that's the first of its kind. The New Orleans Police Department will hold "Community Engagement Night Out" this week.

NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison says people have to come together for a safer community. "I encourage every resident who is invested in making a positive difference in their community to come out to the meeting in their district and let us know how we can best work together to make it happen," said Harrison.

This comes after the New Orleans Crime Coalition announced the results of its regular survey that measures public perception of police performance.

The meetings will be held on Thursday, October 13th from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the following locations:

First District
Treme Recreation Center
900 N. Villere St.

Second District
Children's Hospital
200 Henry Clay Avenue

Third District
St. Bernard Recreation Center
1500 Lafreniere St.

Fourth District
Algiers Library
3014 Holiday

Fifth District
St. Roch Community Church
1738 St Roch Ave.

Sixth District
Rosenwald Recreation Center
1120 S. Broad St.

Seventh District
Joe W. Brown Park
5601 Read Blvd.

Eighth District
North Rampart Community Center
1130 N Rampart St.

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