In effort to create a greater sense of community, add new features including group e-Alerts, and dissuade anyone who may be interested in casually listening to the police scanner simply for entertainment purposes, our scanners are password protected. To be granted scanner access, you must "Join" this group by clicking just above. Please allow several hours for the approval process, then return back to this page to view the scanner password. It will appear just below, as the 1st "Announcement". You will NOT be able to see the Announcement area UNTIL you are approved.
Moderated by NOPD Sgt. Chris Prochaska, Third District Community Affairs Coordinator, this community page was developed to help foster communication and an exchange of information between the New Orleans Police Department and the citizens it has pledged to protect. Residents of the NOPD's 3rd District are highly encouraged to join this group to automatically receive emailed alerts from Sgt. Prochaska, engage in moderated discussions, submit questions or concerns about how to keep your neighborhood safe from crime, and to learn more about incidents in our area. Please feel free to click on Sgt. Prochaska's profile, where you can view his contact information or send him private messages.
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A subdistrict of the Central City/Garden District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: St. Charles Avenue, Felicity, Thalia, Magazine and Julia Streets to the north, the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, Crescent City Connection and Mississippi River to the east, Felicity, Magazine and Constance Streets, Jackson Avenue, Chippewa and Soraparu Streets to the south and 1st Street to the west.
The Upper Audubon Association (UAA) is a neighborhood association with a vision of maintaining and improving quality of life and property values. The boundaries of the organization are St. Charles Avenue to the Mississippi River and Walnut Street to Broadway Street and includes approximately 440 addresses. Our active neighborhood association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.