Prosper Police Set Next Citizens Police Academy Class
Prosper residents who want a keener insight into the workings of a modern, operationally-effective, dynamic police force should consider applying for the next class of the Prosper Citizens Police Academy. “We are currently accepting applications for the next CPA class, which will be our eighth class,” says Officer Erin Hubbard, CPA coordinator. “The CPA, led
Greg Conley, Chief of Police for McKinney, stopped in at the Prosper Town Council meeting Tuesday night to make a presentation to the Prosper Police Department. “I am here to present to the Prosper Police Department a Certificate of Recognition for achieving compliance with the Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices Program,” Conley said. The presentation
Wednesday, October 4, Prosper residents had the opportunity to start the day off with a cup of coffee and a chat with Prosper Police Department during the Coffee with Cops event held at Honeylou’s Coffee. The national event aims to provide a neutral location with a casual atmosphere that opens an opportunity for real conversation
One of the best ways to build a safer, more secure community, is to know your neighbors. Each year, millions of neighbors across the United States take part in National Night Out, a focused campaign held on the first Tuesday in October, which promotes police and community partnerships as well as neighborhood bonding in an
In a partnership between the Prosper Police and Fire departments, residents are invited to drop off their outdated, unwanted or excess prescription or over-the-counter drugs, medications and medicines during the fall version of Drug Take Back Day.
Nine years ago, Erin became the first female police officer in the Prosper Police Department. Today, she is an integral part of the ever-growing department.
There is more to a police department than just patrolling either on foot or in vehicles and the Prosper Police Department is no exception.