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Police Chief Gary Gemme (2006) -- Former Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist (2005) -- The New Orleans Police Foundation (2005) Since the HopeLine program was created in 1995, Verizon Wireless has supported the domestic violence prevention and awareness efforts of law enforcement and government agencies in communities nationwide.
Pennington moved aggressively to weed out corrupt cops, got a business-citizen New Orleans Police Foundation to help him out, hired consultants familiar with New York City's reforms, opened a new crime lab, upgraded hiring standards and added new officers.
Shell's generous donation to the New Orleans Police Foundation will go a long way toward helping the brave men and women of New Orleans Police Department and other first responders re-equip, re-build and restore their lives,"' said Wolbrette.
2 million in contributions to various agencies, including: - United Way for Greater New Orleans - Children's Hospital New Orleans - New Orleans Police Foundation - Project Rebuild Plaquemines Parish - Vermilion Parish School Board - Cameron Parish Sheriff Relief Fund - Senate District 1 relief fund in St.
500,000 Donation to New Orleans Police Foundation for Housing NEW ORLEANS, Jan.
The inaugural HopeLine Law Enforcement Partnership Award was presented in March to the New Orleans Police Foundation and the Domestic Violence Task Force of the New Orleans Police Department.
NEW ORLEANS -- The New Orleans Police Foundation (NOPF), a non-profit organization that provides essential support to the New Orleans Police Department today announced it has been awarded two major grants totaling $200,000 to fund a public education program for Project Safe Neighborhoods.