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PoliceOne Hurricane Help & Information Center

The PoliceOne Hurricane Help & Information Center provides current news, donation information for financial contributions, volunteer support opportunities, and missing persons boards. This area has been created specifically for law enforcement. A special PoliceOne Hurricane Helpline Forum has also been created to facilitate communications between officers and agencies inside and outside the crisis zone.

In addition, PoliceOne is compiling a list of officers who are willing to assist in the hurricane crisis area, now and during the future clean-up. The list will soon be presented to the appropriate authorities. You can be added by e-mailing editor@policeone.com.  This list will remain protected.

Hurricane Katrina News and Information
N.O. Corrections Officer's harrowing odyssey
Strain forges stronger NOPD
N.O. Chief Compass defends NOPD
New Orleans' newest jail open for business
Braced for an 'ugly scene'; Officers, rescuers offered vacations
Katrina aftermath taking toll on police
Deputy Chief: New Orleans completely destroyed: moving from "chaos to organized chaos"
Red tape hampering efforts to help victims of Katrina
Florida officials: Katrina devastated Mississippi police agencies
Member Submission: Waiting for help, group of NOPD officers keep a lonely vigil
Emergency communications still a problem four years after 9/11
Hurricane Katrina Update by General David Baker
Looter shoots N.O. officer in head
Memo from the Department of Homeland Security Concerning First-Responders
ERRI Recommendations Concerning Katrina Aftermath
New Orleans cops use single radio channel
Troops to quadruple New Orleans police
Bush admits the relief effort has fallen short; National Guardsmen head for New Orleans
Blasts heard along New Orleans' waterfront as lawlessness frustrates officials
Fights, gunfire break out as N.O. slips into anarchy; mayor issues desperate SOS
Spindly bush saves Miss. officers stuck in Katrina surge
Charity and Communication Resources

PoliceOne Hurricane Helpline Forum

Be added to the Hurricane Help List

Donations

Police Helping Police

F.O.P. to Send Relief to Officers in N.O.

NAPO's Relief Fund for Hurricane Katrina

Network for Good
This web site provides an easy way to donate online to all the major relief groups speeding aid to the victims of Katrina.

Donate to the Red Cross

The Southern States Police Benevolent Association, Inc (SSPBA)

Volunteer Opportunities

SSPBA Shelter Donations
If you are willing to house a family, please visit this site.

Red Cross Volunteer Listings by Location

Message Boards/Missing Person Sites

NAPO Message Board

Craigslist N.O. People Lost and Found

NOLA.com Missing Persons Forum

NOLA.com Crime and Safety Forum

NYPD officers bound for Louisiana and Hurricane Katrina relief efforts Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. The 150 police officers and support vehicles will join 172 officers already sent Saturday. Some officers will be federalized. (AP Photo/Hiroko Masuike)
Rescuers go house to house by boat to plead with residents to leave their homes in New Orleans, Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. AP Photo/Eric Gay
Union Parish (LA) SWAT Team members checking on residents and looking for looters in New Orleans, Sunday, Sept. 4 (AP Photo/Dallas M.N., Barbara Davidson)
Officers patrol the flood waters in New Orleans Monday. Water is still high in the area and some rescuers have decided not to bring food and water to those who are determined to stay behind in the hopes that will induce them to leave. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
A Gulfport (MS) officer keeps watch as local firemen distribute food, water and ice to residents Thursday (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Heavily armed NOPD officers patrol downtown New Orleans Friday (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
DEA agents prepare to patrol down Canal Street in New Orleans Friday (AP Photo/Dave Martin)