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Meet the Chief



Chief Angela Honora, Dillard University


Chief Honora has over 25 years of distinguished service in law enforcement on university campuses, where she is known for building community and for establishing relationships of mutual respect. She is an expert in compliance and best practices in public safety.


Chief Honora graduated with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering technology from Southern University and A&M College and a Master of Science in criminal justice from Loyola University New Orleans. She has advanced training in leadership, supervision, crime prevention, domestic violence, Jeanne Cleary Act/Title IX Compliances, stalking and sensitivity on college campuses.

Chief Honora has attended Peer Intervention and Ethical Policing Is Courageous (EPIC) training. She is a Rape Aggression Defense System (RADS) self-defense instructor for women with over 20 years teaching at Louisiana colleges, community organizations, and with the Battled Women’s Program.


Chief Honora has a strong commitment to community engagement, along with a strength-based approach to policing. Her strengths-based approach to policing focuses on building positive relationships with the campus community as a way to build community trust. Her focus is to work proactively to prevent crime and reduce safety concerns throughout the campus community.



2601 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, Louisiana 70122

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