Centre County Citizens' Police Academy 2019

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The Centre County Citizens’ Police Academy(CCCPA) is designed to give participants a glimpse behind the badge and to provide information about training, policies, and the many units and divisions within local police agencies. The primary objective of the citizens’ academy is to build a better understanding between citizens and the police departments through education and to help citizens make informed decisions about police services, police activity, and why the police can or cannot take action. The police departments benefit by becoming more aware of the community from the participants’ interaction and input, which makes the academy a two-way learning experience.

This event is a partnership between the State College, Patton Township, Ferguson Township and Penn State University Police Departments.


The CCCPA is looking for sponsors for this fall’s academy. This program is a free program offered to residents of the State College Borough, Ferguson Township, Patton Township and Penn State University. Below are the two types of sponsorship that CCCPA is asking the community for help with and what the sponsor will receive in return.


In Kind Sponsor (Non-Monetary Donations. This may include snacks, refreshments, transportation, t-shirts, etc.)
-Recognition of donation when the donation is in use

- Name listed in graduation ceremony program


Academy Sponsor ($250)
-Social Media Recognition on State College Police, Ferguson Township and Penn State University Police social media platforms
-Recognition at Academy Program
-Name listed in graduation ceremony program
-Name listed on Academy t-shirt

The Centre County Citizens’ Police Academy(CCCPA) is designed to give participants a glimpse behind the badge and to provide information about training, policies, and the many units and divisions within local police agencies. The primary objective of the citizens’ academy is to build a better understanding between citizens and the police departments through education and to help citizens make informed decisions about police services, police activity, and why the police can or cannot take action. The police departments benefit by becoming more aware of the community from the participants’ interaction and input, which makes the academy a two-way learning experience.

This event is a partnership between the State College, Patton Township, Ferguson Township and Penn State University Police Departments.


The CCCPA is looking for sponsors for this fall’s academy. This program is a free program offered to residents of the State College Borough, Ferguson Township, Patton Township and Penn State University. Below are the two types of sponsorship that CCCPA is asking the community for help with and what the sponsor will receive in return.


In Kind Sponsor (Non-Monetary Donations. This may include snacks, refreshments, transportation, t-shirts, etc.)
-Recognition of donation when the donation is in use

- Name listed in graduation ceremony program


Academy Sponsor ($250)
-Social Media Recognition on State College Police, Ferguson Township and Penn State University Police social media platforms
-Recognition at Academy Program
-Name listed in graduation ceremony program
-Name listed on Academy t-shirt