The Prosper Citizens Police Academy exists to educate citizens on operations, policy and procedures of the Prosper Police Department in order to build trust and volunteer within the community. Our 2019 Citizens Police Academy is currently in session. If you are interested in joining our next CPA class? Contact Officer Hubbard for more information.
CPA 2020 Class Registration is now open!
Our next class will begin on March 12th. Classes will be held Thursday evenings and will conclude with graduation at the Community Safety Initiative event on May 18th. Applications are due March 6th by 5 p.m. Please submit both the Prosper Citizen’s Police Academy Application and the Prosper Citizen’s Police Academy Volunteer Application and Release to complete your application. The maximum class size will be 15 students.
For those interested in the Prosper Police Department’s Citizen Police Academy. The Citizens Police Academy classes will be once a week for 10 weeks after the first meeting. Classes will be on Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and there will be one optional class on a Saturday morning. Below are the requirements for attending the class. Both the CPA Application and Volunteer App and Release need to be printed, completed, and returned to the Police Department by March 6. The Volunteer App and Release needs to be notarized BEFORE turning in the packet. You can have this done free of charge (mention for CPA) at the Municipal Court Offices/Town Hall Offices located at 250 W. First Street. Please ensure you meet the Requirement Guidelines below prior to applying:
- Legal Resident of Prosper or work/attend school in Prosper
- 18 years of age or older (17 and older for PHS students enrolled in the Criminal Justice Program with a written recommendation from their Criminal Justice Instructor/Coordinator)
- Valid Driver’s License or State ID (PHS students: If no State issued ID, provide PISD Student ID card)
- Safe driving record
- None of the Disqualifiers
- Having been convicted of a felony
- Having been or currently on court-ordered supervision or probation for any criminal offense of the grade of Class B misdemeanor or above in the last five (5) years
- Having been convicted of a family violence offense
- Currently being under indictment for any offense
- Being prohibited by State or Federal law from possessing firearms or ammunition
- Having your driver’s license suspended or revoked due to excessive violations during the past five, (5) years
- Having citations for failure to maintain financial responsibility (vehicle insurance) in the past two (2) years
- Having been convicted of the misdemeanor offense of DWI in the past five (5) years
- Having been convicted of indecent exposure or delivery of any amount of any illegal drug or substance, with or without remuneration
- Having ever used LSD, PCP, or any similar type of substance, or having used marijuana within five (5) years of application date.
For additional information not provided in the materials below, contact Officer Hubbard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at photos from our previous classes: