Inspector general, police monitor agree to separate their offices

Inspector general, police monitor agree to separate their offices

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - On Wednesday the Orleans inspector general and the independent police monitor signed an agreement separating the two offices.

The agreement retains the Independent Police Monitor and providing a dedicated funding stream of .16 percent of the General Fund to the IPM. Both parties have agreed to support a charter change to codify the agreement.

The signing took place in the office of Councilmember Jared Brossett.

On Thursday the council begins formal steps toward a charter change election.

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