Read about the 6th Annual Cops and Joggers 5K and how to register online.
Read about the Adopt-a-Senior Program and find out how you can adopt a senior during the holiday season.
Read about the Citizen Police Academy (CPA) and how you can apply and get involved in the CPA.
This program rewards the city's youth for doing the right thing whether it be volunteering, turning in lost money, or saving a life.
This career education program is open to young men and women between the ages of 14 and 20.
KOPS is for kids ages 11-13 (middle school) and participation is free of charge.
Read about the Neighborhood Watch Program and the benefits of this program.
PAL is a not-for-profit organization serving over 400 youth annually by providing athletic, educational, and social programs to area children.
The goal of the camp is to give youngsters an up-close look at law enforcement.
The program is designed to enhance the department’s service delivery by allowing enthusiastic, dependable, committed citizens to work alongside full-time members of the department.