The Citizen Police Academy Alumni of North Texas is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to community involvement and helping to make their city and the north Texas region a better, safer place to live.
It is the mission of the Citizen Police Academy Alumni of North Texas (CPAANT) to assist and support the Police Departments of all member and potential member cities, in developing and maintaining a positive relationship between the police and their communities
We as members of CPAANT will:
* Continue to educate ourselves concerning crime and its prevention.
* Share this education with the broader community.
* Meet regularly on the first or second Saturday of every month, except
in July or August as this will conflict with the Texas Citizen Police
Academy Alumni Association annual convention (TCPAAA).
* Gather information from member communities concerning their
police agencies, especially information concerning community
policing projects and priorities
* Form special committees to better allow CPAANT members to focus
their individual attention and interests.
How to Become a CPAANT Member
You can become a member of CPAANT if you have formed an alumni from a graduating Citizen Police Academy class held by the police department in your city. Feel free to forward questions on how to create an alumni to CPAANT President John Engels firstname.lastname@example.org. Dues will be $25 for CPA's and $10 individual memberships are assessed on an annual basis.
Front row L-R: Bonnie Roth (Treasurer), Karen Sasso (VP) and Camille Drinan (Director)
Back row L-R: John Engels (President), Chuck Barton (Sargent-at-Arms), Sherry Toomer (Secretary), Donna Lawless (Director), and Tom Mulkerin (Director)