Programs, Services and Forms
Public Outreach Programs
The Special Needs Registry
The Special Needs Registry allows citizens living with, (but not limited to) Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alzheimer's or Dementia, Bipolar Disorder, and Down syndrome, to provide voluntary information that would be helpful for emergency responders to know when responding to a call for service.
National Night out
An annual event that encourages all citizens to come out, meet their neighbors and stand up to crime by being proactive in their neighborhoods.
Coffee with a Cop
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together-over coffee-to discuss issues and learn more about each other.
Heroes and Helpers
Heroes and Helpers is an event that focuses on underprivileged children and families within the local community. Police officers spend time with the children and shop with them in a local store.
A program in which officers talk to kids about a career in law enforcement; what it takes to become a police officer and the different jobs within the law enforcement field.
Child Id Kits
Children are fingerprinted on a child I.D. card so parents have a record of their child's fingerprint if it is ever needed for identification. Parents can add information and photos of the child as well as collect child's DNA.
School Safety Programs
School Resource Officers cover topics that are current to students. Example: bullying, sexting, drug abuse, car seat information for student-parents, bike safety, and vehicle safety driving tips.
A personal safety presentation is conducted and geared towards senior citizens. Many seniors find themselves victimized by scams and scam artists. The presentation explains steps to take in order to prevent becoming a victim of such crimes.
The Lock Box Program
The Lock Box Program provides Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) access to your residence in the event of an emergency and you are physically unable to open the door.
This program is designed to give business owners tips on steps they can employ in order to minimize the possibility of becoming a victim of a robbery and should they become victims, actions to take during and after a robbery.
Holiday Safety Presentation
A personal safety presentation giving the audience safety precautions to employ during the holiday season. The precautions include tips on how to prevent burglaries of a motor vehicle, burglary of homes, robberies, thefts, and identity theft.
Identity Theft Presentation
Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America. This presentation gives tips on how to prevent being victimized by Identity Theft. This program will also explain the steps one needs to follow if they are a victim of Identity Theft.
Active Shooter Training Program
Our Active Shooter Training Program can be molded or catered to the audience you wish to reach; whether it be a school, a business, a church or any other group wishing to have more information on how to survive an active shooter incident.
Prescription Drop Box Program
A secure drop box is located in the lobby of the police department for all citizens to drop off unused or expired medications. Loose medications/pills, liquid medications, hypodermic needles, syringes or sharp objects, medications from business, thermometers, and bio-hazardous waste are not accepted in the drop box. Medications must be packaged in the original container, a plastic bottle, or a sealed plastic bag.