Citizen Education Programs

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A number of citizen education programs are available to residents and businesses.

Open House
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

 Specialized Topics

 Residential/Business Survey

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.