The Citizen Advisory Committees (CAC) represent their neighborhoods in serving as a conduit between the community and the local police division. As a member of the CAC, you will:
- Provide feedback to the CSPD regarding community interests and opinions.
- Use skills to aid the CSPD staff on tasks and requests.
- Positively represent the CSPD in community relations.
- Serve as community advocates for the department.
- Conduct community outreach to citizens.
Qualifications for prospective members:
- Be a law-abiding citizen with good intent.
- Pass required background and reference checks.
- Have a strong belief that to create a safe community requires citizens being involved.
- Requires a one-year minimum commitment.
- Must complete a ride-along with a sworn member of the CSPD.
Benefits to volunteers
- Represent your neighborhoodA geographic sub0area within the city that contains but is not limited to residential land uses. The extent of a neighborhood is variable and may be defined by tradition, organizational boundaries, the period of building and development, or subdivision patterns. Neighborhood boundaries may include such features as major streets or other physical elements. at your local police division.
- Meet regularly with your local police division crime prevention officer and division command staff.
- Public speaking opportunities
- Community connections
- Opportunity to participate in volunteer trainings not open to the public
For information regarding the CAC, please contact the Crime Prevention Officer for your area:
|Sand Creek Division:||719-444-7276|
|Stetson Hills Division:||719-444-3168|
|Gold Hill Division:||719-444-7593|