Dallas Junior Police Academy
The Dallas Junior Police Academy March 23rd class is now full. .
If you have questions, send an email to email@example.com or call 214-671-3029.
Junior Police Academy FAQ's
What is the Dallas Junior Police Academy?
The Dallas Junior Police Academy is a daylong training session held on a Saturday, for students grades 4th - 7th, and held at the Dallas Police Department’s Basic Training Academy.
What will the students who attend be doing?
Students who attend the JPA will be spending their time at the academy immersed in a day of new experiences as each student receives instruction from recruit trainers. They are challenged on decision making, experience numerous hands-on activities such as the obstacle course and physical training (PT) to get the feel of what it would be like as a Dallas Police Academy recruit and meet officers from around the police department who are assigned to specialized units such as K-9, Mounted Unit, SWAT Team, Motorcycle Officers and Helicopter Unit. In addition, outstanding instructors will be discussing such topics as how to combat Drugs and Gangs, what does a Crime Scene Investigator do, and much more!.
Who is eligible?
Students grades 4-7 who send in a COMPLETE AND READABLE application are eligible to attend. Make sure you have a good email address, correct mailing address and a working phone number.
How will I know if my student is placed in the February 9th Advanced session?
Those students who are placed in a JPA session will receive notice (via e-mail or US mail or phone call) from the JPA that their student has been be placed in a session. So print clearly on all applications. So please print clearly on all applications.
How do the students get to and from the JPA Session?
Parents or other family members are responsible for registering the student the morning of the class and picking up the student at the end of the day.
Do I need to send food with my student?
No, lunch will be provided for a $5.00 fee to be paid at student check-in. Scholarships are available.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sgt Cheryl Cornish at 214-671-3029.