Get Safe Now
The APA has received $1,000 from a generous resident to provide grants used toward the installation of new crime cameras in Algiers Point. The APA board also voted to provide $1,500 in matching money to this and further donations. I would like to encourage neighbors interested in expanding our crime camera system to also donate to this cause and I myself will add an additional $100 to this cause.
This money will be distributed as $100 grants to neighbors who install crime cameras monitored by Project NOLA to help offset their cost. The cameras do not have to be purchased from Project NOLA but they must be monitored by Project NOLA. Anyone within the boundaries of Algiers Point is eligible for this grant.
Project NOLA Crime Cameras Transmit Directly to the N.O.P.D.
The benefits of these cameras can sometime be hidden from the average resident, but these cameras are being used regularly by the 4th District NOPD. The police know that their is an extensive system of cameras in the neighborhood and regularly check with Project NOLA to see if video images exist of crimes committed in the Point. Because these video clips are often used is ongoing investigations their success is not advertised. As some of you may have seen on a WDSU broadcast, we hope to have at least 75-100 of these cameras operating in the Point by the end of the year. Here is a link to this WDSU interview,
Send grant application to
Skip Gallagher, 516 Belleville St. New Orleans, LA 70114 firstname.lastname@example.org (504) 388-1846
Donate to our Crime Camera Program
APA Project NOLA Grant Commissions
The following provides the conditions which must be met to receive $200 grant toward the purchase and installation of a new HD security camera which would be monitored by Project NOLA. Larger grants may be available for streets with poor coverage or areas deemed important by the APA board.