Together young people and police officers generate a uniquely American brand of idealism that is essential to both liberty and democracy – an enthusiasm for justice!
The Junior Police Academy welcomes St. Robert Goetz to the JPA Advisry Council. Goetz is a member of the Everett Police Department and a long time supporter of JPA.
Lisa Garcia of the Kansas City Kansas School explains how the JPA program improved the number of credits cadets earned in a semester and changed their outlook on school and academics.
Officer Patricia Montemayor says good-bye to her last JPA graduating class. Officer Montemayor has been teaching JPA at Murchison Middle School in Austin, Texas for many years. She is leaving her life as a School Resource Officer to pursue another career in private investigation.
Lisa Garcia, Director of Student Services for Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools talks about how JPA has made a positive change in their schools.
Sgt. Robert Goetz explains how the Everett Police Department uses the Junior Police Academy Program to make a positive change in the youth of their community.
Chief Rick Armstrong discuss how the JPA Program in Kansas City, Kansas has made a positive change with the at risk students in his community.
Chief Rick Armstrong of the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department explains how the Junior Police Academy program has made a positive change with the students in his community. JPA ad helped to break down communication barriers between students and the Officers that help to protect them. JPA is Community Policing at its best.