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2020.02.20, Thursday
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Fundraising for police UTV

One of the main goals of the WCCPAAA board for 2020 is to raise enough funds to purchase a new Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS Remote Patrol Package UTV (Utility Task Vehicle).   We are currently collecting memorial funds through the ...

2020 Membership Form

I’m working on adding the membership form to a place where anybody can download it.  In the meantime, I’ll add the form to this post for immediate availability.  If you haven’t renewed for 2020, please fill this ...

Passing of former board member, Jack Simon

It is with deep sorrow that we share the passing of Jack Simon on Wednesday, February 5, 2020.  Jack graduated in CPA Class 14 and served as a Board Member for the Alumni Association. He was always active in our association’s ...

Rules of Conduct and Ethics

There are documents are available for members and interested parties.  You may have signed these when you originally joined WCCPAAA.  It’s good to have a refresher available. Here’s the Rules of Conduct and Ethics ...

CPA Class 21 – It’s a wrap!

Eight members of CPA Class 21 learned about SWAT, self-defense, communications, IDs, shooting simulation, traffic investigations, and much more.  These classes went from September into November of 2019.  It’s great seeing so many ...

Kids and Cops Outing

What a great outing for Kids ‘n Cops at Meijer! We can’t say enough good things about the restaurants that donated food and the supermarket (Meijer) that donated large gift cards for the kids to spend. Thanks to the alumni ...

November program meeting – Gangs

Our November program meeting speaker was Sgt. Gary Crouch, a 23-year veteran of the Hamilton police department. He presented on gangs, guns, and drugs. He shared many great stories and anecdotes from his law enforcement in Butler County. We ...

A.L.I.C.E. presentation at September program meeting

Ofr Dan Dean gave a great presentation on active shootings, giving us a history, then modern tactics to counter an active shooting. Basically: Run, Hide, Fight. Ofr Dean had the group psyched up to handle an active threat.

Annual picnic – and Ciro’s retirement

We honored Ciro tonight at our annual picnic with the police officers.  Ciro couldn’t make it, but his replacement buddy, Jax, entertained us and even wore a lei for the occasion! 

Bike Rodeo – Fun!

Another great time at the Bike Rodeo!  We performed 17 Child IDs.