Citizens Police Academy

The mission of the Euless Citizens Police Academy is to provide the citizens of Euless a better understanding of the dedication and integrity of the Police Department.

The CPA will not train you to become a Police Officer, but it will give you valuable insight into the philosophy, strategies and training that shape your Police Department. There is no cost to the student to participate, and all instructional materials are provided.

The Academy is a 12-week course covering:

  • Police History & Community Policing
  • Polygraph Examination
  • Ethics & Internal Affairs
  • Traffic Enforcement (Practical)
  • Identity Theft
  • Crime Scene
  • Emergency Operations
  • Auto Theft
  • Crime Victims Assistance
  • Courts & Other areas of Criminal Justice

Applications are available online. The minimum age for enrollment is 18 and you must live or work in the City of Euless to be eligible to attend. For more information, please call 817-685-1536. The CPA is a great way to get to know the Police Officers who patrol your neighborhood, and to see your community from their perspective.

Euless Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association

Graduates have the opportunity to join the Euless Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (ECPAAA). This group directly assists the Police by supporting the department and fostering a good relationship between citizens and the City of Euless. These volunteers give their time and money regularly in order to make Euless a better place to live.

This civic group assists the Euless Police Department in the area of community understanding regarding the legal aspects of what a Police Department can do and cannot do when enforcing local, state and federal laws.

Through seminars, pamphlets, demonstrations, videos, hands-on participation, as well as forums with the various elected officials, (Mayor, Council Members, County Judges and District Attorneys), a strong effort has been made to heighten awareness and build an excellent relationship between the citizens of this community and its Police Department.

Furthermore, the Euless Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association was formed to support the Department in many community activities. Police departments today are called upon to assist the community in various capacities, and in many cases they are under staffed to handle the requests and demands of citizens. The ECPAAA supports the Police Department in as many ways as possible.