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The Richland Hills Police Department hosts a Citizens Police Academy (CPA) one to two times a year. During specified dates the Academy will be every Thursday from 6:30 to 9:30 pm and will run approximately 11 weeks. Topics presented during the program include Traffic Stops, Impaired Drivers, K9, SWAT, Drone, Justice Systems and Case Processing, Crime Victim Assistance, Mental Health, Dispatch and Jail Tours, Crime Prevention Techniques, Simulator Scenarios, and much more.
The goal of CPA is to educate citizens on the inner-working operations of the department. This is accomplished through a series of lectures and interactive hands-on activities. The CPA is led by the Community Services Unit, with all lectures and activities taught by Police Officers and Civilian Staff whose current assignments are directly involved in the policing activities covered in their segment of the academy. The CPA is conducted at the Richland Hills Police Department.
The first step in the process is to complete this application. Submitted applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of the status of their applications prior to the start of the next academy.
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