The Metropolitan Crime Commission (MCC) is a non-profit, citizen’s organization dedicated to exposing public corruption, improving the administration of justice, and reducing the incidence of crime in order to improve the quality of life for citizens in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge metropolitan areas and throughout Louisiana.
Through its programs, the MCC holds public officials and employees accountable for corrupt, unethical, and wasteful practices and works to enhance the safety of our community.
Allows citizens and public employees to report corruption, unethical activity, or administrative wrongdoing committed in the course of public service.
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Conducts independent and objective research to raise the level of accountability and efficiency in the criminal justice system.
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MCC Excellence in Law Enforcement Awards Luncheon
The MCC annually hosts its Excellence in Law Enforcement Awards Luncheon recognizing outstanding accomplishments of federal, state, and local criminal justice professionals.
The MCC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit citizen’s organization primarily funded by tax-deductible contributions from individuals, businesses, and private foundations. Your support will help us continue our fight to improve our community through more efficient government operations and a more effective criminal justice system.
Date: March 3, 2015
Location: Sheraton Hotel
2015 Awards Luncheon Proudly Sponsored by:
C. Allen Favrot
Goldring Family Foundation
Park Investments, Ltd.
Patrick F. Taylor Foundation
LATEST MEDIA AND RESEARCH
“New Orleans East Officer-Involved shooting highlights importance of body cameras” 4/29/2015; WGNO
“Angela: What caused NOPD manpower crisis?” 4/29/2015; WWL870AM
“Serpas warned of manpower crisis years ago, emails show” 4/27/2015; WWLTV
US Attorney’s Press Release: Former DA Walter P. Reed and his Son, Steven P. Reed, Charged by Federal Grand Jury in 18 Count Indictment – April 23, 2015
“Wednesday, tax day, could be deadline for feds investigating Walter Reed case” 4/14/2015; The New Orleans Advocate
“Bill would give Orleans DA investigators arrests powers” 3/30/2015; WVUE
“Pick-and-plea trials becoming rarities in St. Tammany courtrooms” 3/30/2015; The New Orleans Advocate
“In New Orleans, ‘eligible’ delinquents increasingly routed to adult courts, prisons” 3/30/2015; The New Orleans Advocate
“With murders rising and ranks depleted, how will NOPD respond?: Editorial” 3/29/2015; The Times-Picayune
“Kenner councilman makes money off police work, despite conflicts” 3/24/2015; The Times-Picayune
Orleans Parish Criminal Justice Accountability Report – January 2015 (Released 1/14/15)
Orleans Parish Criminal Justice Accountability Report – January 2015 – Supplemental Exhibits
Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office Inmate Population Analysis January-June 2014 (Released 8/27/14)
Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office Inmate Population Analysis January-June 2014 – Supplemental Exhibits
2013 Orleans Parish Judicial Accountability Report (Released 7/27/14)
2013 Orleans Parish Judicial Accountability Report – supplemental tables
National Center for State Courts – Judicial Accountability, Efficiency, and Case Allotment
MCC’S ROLE IN THE RAY NAGIN CORRUPTION CONVICTION
U.S. Attorney’s Office Press Release acknowledges MCC’s role in Nagin Case 7/9/2014
“Former Mayor Ray Nagin sentenced to 10 years in prison” 7/9/2014; WVUE
US Attorney’s Office Press Release acknowledges MCC’s role in Nagin Case 2/12/2014
MCC announces role in Nagin Case 2/12/2014 (YouTube Video)
“Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin faces long sentence for corruption conviction” 7/3/2014; The Times-Picayune
“Former New Orleans Mayor Found Guilty of Corruption” 2/13/2014; NPR
“Former New Orleans mayor guilty of graft in Katrina recovery” 2/12/2014; Reuters
“U.S. Attorney, local watchdogs hail Ray Nagin guilty verdict” 2/12/2014; The Times-Picayune