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Volunteers!

Volunteer Hours
Served in 2017:

July: 

YTD: 

2016:   3384.75   

2015:   5125.55

2014:   3917.25

2013:   4254

2012:   5419

 

 

CPA Mission Statement

The purpose of the La Porte Citizen Police Academy is to familiarize private citizens with the nature of modern police work and to increase understanding between the police and the citizens through education. The ultimate goal of the CPA is the reduction of crime through a stronger citizen commitment to the police department and the community.

Alumni Mission Statement

The purpose of the La Porte Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association is:

~ To bring together graduates of the La Porte Citizen Police Academy to enhance the relations between the community and the police force, and to assist all law enforcement agencies.

~ To share the attitude, philosophy, and community mission of the La Porte Police Department with other citizens and to improve the efficiency of law enforcement in their neighborhoods through shared responsibilities and resources.

Our Monthly Meeting

Our members meet the 1st Thursday of each month.
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: La Porte Police Department 23rd & Spencer Hwy.

We invite interested speakers to share information about local services, events and activities. On our website we will also offer you a link to them.

Past Guest Speakers include: 

Concerns of Police Survivors

Neighborhood Centers

LPPD Explorers Program

Citizens In Action
Working For Our Community

La Porte Texas

Our great group of people love our community! Being involved in the life of La Porte is a big deal for our concerned citizens... whether it's riding along on a shift with their heroes (the La Porte Police officers), helping direct traffic at the annual city-wide Triathlon, or raising funds for the La Porte Animal Shelter, we are working to make our hometown a better place for everyone.

About Us

The La Porte Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (LPCPAAA), a 501(c)3 non- profit organization, is committed to serving law enforcement and the general public by promoting and advancing the Citizens Police Academy:

  • The La Porte Police Department,
  • Law enforcement officers and civilians that currently coordinate the LP Citizens Police Academy program and LP Citizen's Police Volunteers,
  • Law enforcement officers that instruct classes for the LP Citizens Police Academy program,
  • Individuals affiliated with a Citizens Police Academy alumni association or other law enforcement-related volunteer programs,
  • Interested citizens and supporters of the LP Citizens Police Academy concept.

The association was not created to replace existing Citizens Police Academy programs, alumni associations or other law enforcement-related volunteer programs, but to help enhance these community programs through education, networking and sharing of information relative to what other law enforcement agencies, associations and volunteer groups are doing throughout the state.

As a graduate of the LPCPA you automatically become a member of the LPCPAAA.  Meetings are held at the La Porte Police Station on the first Thursday of each month, excluding December.

As you can see, we also have lots of fun and fellowship!