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The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) has primary responsibility for law enforcement in ... New Orleans became a part of the United States on December 20, 1803 by virtue of ..... Throughout his a...

Despite innovations in treatment, HIV rates still high, including in ...

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Dec 30, 2015 ... Scientific advances for HIV/AIDS have exploded in recent years, and doctors have ... Despite innovations in treatment, HIV rates still high, including in Baton Rouge and New Orleans ... But other risky behaviors are on the rise as well. ... sex are problems, and they know which communities they most affect.

State laws, police practices contribute to 'HIV epidemic ... - NOLA.com

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Dec 11, 2013 ... Report claims police unfairly arrest sex workers for carrying ... According to the report, Louisiana has the second highest rate of HIV infection in the United States and the ... The Syringe Access Program, which was first opened as part of the ... the problem and criminalization of possession is still problematic.

'Ferguson effect' behind increase in murders in US ... - NOLA.com

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Jun 21, 2016 ... Homicides in 18 of the cities increased by more than 25 percent, and by 50 percent in 12 cities. ... The primary interpretation is that criticism of police in the wake of the ... as a public health challenge rather than a criminal justice problem. " ... Crime increases also tend to correspond with rising inflation r...

Poor outlook for Louisiana on HIV/AIDS: An editorial | NOLA.com

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Mar 16, 2012 ... When infection rates for AIDS and HIV go up, it's certainly an indication that ... said the report shows that Louisiana still has a significant problem with AIDS, ... Should Baton Rouge police officers be required to live in the city?

New Orleans Searches For The Truth | FiveThirtyEight

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Jul 13, 2016 ... The problem that Landrieu is tackling is one that has plagued New Orleans ... But New Orleans's murder rate has been well above the national rate ... to the New Orleans Police Department, nearly 80 percent of murder ... But research has shown that violence more closely resembles a different model: HIV.

Syphilis epidemic in New Orleans area causes public health alert ...

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Jun 14, 2016 ... Syphilis is on the rise in the New Orleans area, so much so that the state ... "The health department can't tackle this problem alone they issued this ... the two, HIV and Syphilis, drive each other and we see rates of them go up ... Wounded deputy welcomed home by huge crowds after deadly police shooting.

US: Louisiana Fuels HIV Epidemic | Human Rights Watch

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Dec 10, 2013 ... The AIDS death rate in Louisiana is more than double the US average. ... New Orleans police regularly interfere with sex workers who carry ... The southern United States has the fastest-growing HIV epidemic and the largest ...

Feds slam New Orleans police over excessive force, racial profiling ...

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Mar 18, 2011 ... New Orleans police officers used excessive force, failed to ... An insouciant attitude toward real societal problems in part contributes to the problems at the police ... we can't do something about the horrific murder rate," says Dee Harper, ... rise through the ranks, a move intended to professionalize the fo...

Katrina at 10: Is New Orleans Still New Orleans? - Equal Voice News

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Aug 25, 2015 ... Before Katrina, only 30 percent of New Orleans public school students attended a school that met state standards. .... at one City Council meeting, police used pepper spray and Tasers on the protesters. Part of the problem was sheer numbers. ... Minority-owned businesses are a growing part of that curve.

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How New Orleans became America's ground zero for HIV | Aeon ...

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Aug 15, 2014 ... A second hurricane is battering New Orleans, this time it is an HIV catastrophe ... to the southern states: where those problems are most prevalent, so is the virus. ... state government and other powers-that-be all seem like part of the show. ... Louisiana has the second-highest poverty rate in the country and ...

Maps show concentrations of HIV infection rates in New Orleans ...

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Jun 27, 2014 ... Maps from AIDSvu show concentrations of HIV infection rates in Baton Rouge across zip code. Baton Rouge, along with New Orleans and ...

Is Louisiana's 'AIDS exposure' statute outdated ... - NOLA.com

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Sep 15, 2015 ... AIDS and HIV laws were adopted in the 1980s and early 1990s ... and a $6,000 fine and 11 years in prison if the victim is a police officers. ... T-cells are white blood cells that fight disease as part of the body's immune response. ... with the highest rates of AIDS in the country, Esman said the state should shift...