Citizen Education Programs
A number of citizen education programs are available to residents and businesses.
The Police Department holds an annual Open House each September. The free event features law enforcement vehicles, crime-fighting gear, a drone display, K9 demonstrations, a photo booth, police station tours, free food (while supplies last), and fun activities that help to educate the public about the department.
Programs for Adults
A representative from the Police Department can speak to resident groups and businesses on a variety of topics such as:
- Canine Demonstrations/Talks
- Current Drug Trends
- Cyber Crimes
- Drug Crimes in Your Community
- Elderly Crimes
- Financial Crimes
- General Safety
- Identity Theft Prevention
- Neighborhood Liaison/Home Owners Association Talks
- Senior Driving Safety
- Vehicle Safety, Driving Safety
Programs for Kids & Teens
- Cyber Bullying
- Drug Awareness
- High School Career
- Internet On-Line Safety
- Programs for Children
- Safety and Awareness for Children
- School Safety Talks
- Scout tours (fulfill Scouting Achievement Awards)
- Summer Safety
- Active Threat Training
- Hold-up Procedure for Banks and Financial Institutions
Interested in a security survey of your residence or business? Call to arrange a walk-through with one of our officers who will prepare a list of suggestions on what you can do to make your premises less appealing to criminals. An average survey takes about 2 hours.
Custom Tailored Presentations
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Call us and discuss your ideas. We’ll try to design a presentation for your specific needs.
For information on these and other police programs offered, call (513) 745-8555.