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After Katrina, New Orleans Police Under Scrutiny

In the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, NOPD officers shot 11 civilians, five of whom died. Criminal cases have now been brought against some officers, and the federal government is investigating the actions of the police department, which conducted only cursory inquiries into the deadly use of force.

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Justice Department Opens Probe of NOPD

Big Changes at New Orleans Police Department

Third Cop Indicted in New Orleans Bridge Shooting Case

Feds: We're Investigating Baton Rouge Police, Too

Algiers Police Shooting Report Altered, Sources Say

Second Ex-Cop Pleads Guilty in New Orleans

Second Figure Charged in Post-Katrina Police Shootings

Post-Katrina Shootings by Police Get Federal Attention

New Orleans Police Officer Under Investigation in Shooting in Days After Katrina

PBS Frontline on Post-Katrina Police Shootings

NOLA Case Six

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