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New Orleans Inspector General Releases Four-Year Plan

The New Orleans Inspector General has released a four-year plan for overseeing several city agencies. 

Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux today released a plan for 2017 to 2020. He plans another audit of the police department’s crime reporting for rapes as well as an evaluation of NOPD officer retention.

Also in public safety, the plan calls for evaluations next year of funding in Criminal District Court, the Clerk of Criminal District Court, Orleans Parish 1st and 2nd City Courts, and Civil District Court.

More projects examining operations of the Sewerage and Water Board are also on tap. It will start with an inspection of water quality testing, an audit of inventory controls and management, and an evaluation of operations. The plan also calls for work next year evaluating Parking Division operations and auditing fee collection at the Audubon Commission and Audubon Nature Institute. 

Audits in the second half of the plan include NOPD off-duty details, along with evaluations of Civil Service and use of federal grants. 

Eileen is a news reporter and producer for WWNO. She researches, reports and produces the local daily news items. Eileen relocated to New Orleans in 2008 after working as a writer and producer with the Associated Press in Washington, D.C. for seven years.

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