Citizens Police Academy
The next class has not been scheduled and will be announced at a later date. Please stay tuned for details.
The Prosper Citizens Police Academy exists to educate citizens on operations, policy, and procedures of the Prosper Police Department in order to foster a better understanding of the criminal justice process and improve communication between the department and the community.
If you are interested in joining out next CPA class, email Officer Hubbard for more information.
- Legal resident of Prosper or work/attend school in Prosper
- 18 years of age or older (17 and older for PISD HS students enrolled in the Criminal Justice Program with a written recommendation from their instructor/coordinator)
- Valid Driver’s license or State ID (PISD students: if no State issued ID, provide PISD Student ID card)
- Safe Driving record
- None of the Disqualifiers
- Having been convicted of a felony
- Having been or currently on court-ordered supervision or probation for any criminal offense of the grade of Class B misdemeanor or above in the last five (5) years
- Having been convicted of a family violence offense
- Currently being under indictment for any offense
- Being prohibited by State or Federal law from possessing firearms or ammunition
- Having your driver’s license suspended or revoked due to excessive violation during the past five (5) years
- Having citations for failure to maintain financial responsibility (vehicle insurance) in the past two (2) years
- Having been convicted of the misdemeanor offense of DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) in the past five (5) years
- Having been convicted of indecent exposure or delivery of any amount of illegal drug or substance with or without remuneration
- Having ever used LSD, PCP, or any similar type of substance, or having used marijuana within five (5) years of application date.
For additional information not provided in the materials, email Officer Hubbard.