ORLEANS — Collin Arnold, Director of the New Orleans Office of Homeland
Security and Emergency Preparedness (NOHSEP), today returned to duty after
completing a 60-day suspension.
"I am very grateful today to be returning to public service and to get
back to the important job of pandemic response and hurricane preparedness.
I've used the time of my suspension to work on challenges in my personal
and professional life. I want to thank my family, friends, colleagues, and
City leadership who have shown me an incredible amount of support,"
Arnold. "This past year has been trying for me, just
as it has been for so many. I encourage anyone who is feeling the weight of
stress during these difficult times to seek help. You can find free
resources at ready.nola.gov/assistance/#distress."
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