From May 15 to May 18, 2001, CPA coordinators, instructors, and alumni, along with law enforcement administrators and leaders, will gather from around the country in the City of Trees for a four day educational seminar on citizen police academies. Our theme, “The CPA: A New Millennium, A New Opportunity,” speaks loudly of the potential for the conference.
Classes on subjects ranging from CPA’s for teenagers to liability concerns to time management will provide attendees with top-quality information and instructional techniques. Dedicated discussion sessions will also permit attendees to share the lessons learned and relate their winning ideas for CPA programs. The conference is specifically designed to both help an agency establish (or re-establish) a successful CPA program and assist an agency in improving and expanding its existing CPA.
Please consider attending or sending a representative to Idaho next May. The following materials provide you with all you will need to register for the classes. Questions may be directed to Ken Jenkins, NCPAA Conference Coordinator, at 208.373.5848.
Boise Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association
Attn: 2001 Conference Registration Committee PO Box 6653
Boise, Idaho 83707