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Lauderhill Police Citizens on Patrol (COP)

The Lauderhill Police Department has increased community partnerships by empowering residents and encouraging citizens to contribute to the City as police volunteers and to participate in programs designed to help reduce crime and bridge gaps between the community and the police. The community policing program is currently hosting their 25th Citizen Police Academy Class with nineteen (19) participants.   

Residents who meet specific requirements can attend one (1) of the two (2) Citizen’s Police ten (10)-week academy classes held every year and receive training in the areas of: public safety, crime prevention, and security coordination methods.  The training lessons are delivered in classrooms, through workshops and during field training scenarios.  After graduation, the participants may join the forty-five (45)-member unit. 

The Lauderhill Police Department encourages its citizens to contribute to their communities as police volunteers and to participate in programs designed to help reduce crime and bridge gaps between the community and the police.   

Lauderhill Police volunteers are always welcome to participate in community policing programs such as: Family Safety Day, Lauderhill Police Memorial, Veteran's Day Ceremony, Lauderhill Night Out Against Crime & Halloween Safety Day Event, Slow Roll, and Secret Santa.  

For more information on the COP program contact Shawn Keechle at 954-497-4700.

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