Community Programs

The Police Department is committed to keeping the community safe. Equally important is the need to educate residents and business owners on how to protect their families, their businesses, and themselves. The police department has a number of programs to safeguard children, businesses, seniors, and neighborhoods. Officers will also come to your community, organization, or business to educate you on the many ways you can stay safe.

View any of the pages below to learn more about our Community Programs:
  1. AMBER Alert

    The AMBER Alert program is the The America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response Alert plan.

  2. Business & Home Safety Surveys

    Learn about the business and home safety surveys.

  3. Click it or Ticket

    Find out about the click it or ticket program.

  4. Latch Key Program

    Children who are given the responsibility of having house keys and letting themselves into their homes sometimes lose them. Learn about a program that can help keep your family safe.

  5. Lock It or Lose It

    When you leave your vehicle, remove your valuables and lock your doors.

  6. Public Safety Talks

    Upon request, the police department will conduct Public Safety Talks and/or demonstrations for any person, business, or community organization residing in the city.

  1. Rape Aggression Defense Class

    Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women, 12 years of age and up.

  2. Residential Speed Zone Ordinance

    Explore information about speeding.

  3. Smart, Safe & Sober

    See how the police department is working to keep you safe.

  4. Smooth Operator

    Review how the police department is working to combat overly aggressive drivers.

  5. Traffic Calming

    If you would like to see if your neighborhood would qualify for speed calming measures, survey this information.