Citizens Police Academy
Wylie Citizens Police Academy will return in 2017; the dates will be announced soon. For information about the academy, contact Officer Nuria Arroyo at Nuria.Arroyo@wylietexas.gov or 972-429-8019.
Wylie Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association 5K and Family Fun Run
WCPAAA Cops & Robbers Chase
May 20, 2017
The primary goal of the Citizens Police Academy is to foster a better relationship between the community and the police department through training, utilizing the philosophy of a two-way lecture. It is envisioned that class members will:
- Gain an understanding of the operations of the Wylie Police Department;
- Develop an awareness and appreciation of the various challenges and decisions faced daily by police officers; and
- Participate in practical exercises designed to illustrate various situations an officer experiences while on duty.
Graduates of the programs have formed the Wylie Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, an active group whose mission is to promote and enhance the relationship between the Wylie Police Department and the community through continued law enforcement education and support of the department’s effort. Click here for more information from the Wylie Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association Facebook Page.
For more information contact Officer Arroyo
About the WCPAAA
The WCPAAA is a non-profit, charitable organization.The purpose of the Association is to bring together the graduates of the Wylie Citizens Police Academy to enhance relations between the community and the Wylie Police Department through continuing education and to provide other assistance to the police department wherever possible. Last year, the Association purchased various items for the police department that were not included in the budget.
The Wylie Citizen' Police Academy Alumni purchased and presented Chief John Duscio with new badges for the entire police department at a City Council meeting. The WCPAA asked officers to submit something they "wanted" instead of "needed." The officers in the department wanted new, updated badges, but since this wasn't a necessity they weren't part of the budget. The WCPAAA held fundraisers and earned the money to buy new badges for everyone. Wylie officers now proudly wear badges that are unique to our department thanks to the WCPAA.