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JPA Insert to PoliceUSA 2002 Annaul

JPA Insert to PoliceUSA 2002 Annaul

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We wanted students and officersto interact in apositive, educational setting. The Junior PoliceAcademy provideda place for us to do that.
Our students are curious about how a police departmentworks andour officers are excited to be sharing something that they love. Together they talk, they laugh and theyget a chance to learn fromone another. JPA alows officers and students to see each other aspeople rather than enemies.“I see officers in the stands at football games and students jumpingout of the seats to say “Hi!” That type of understanding goes a long waytowards ensuring a safer school and community.
 The students maynot see it, but I do and so does the schoolsadministration --
 
the Junior Police Academy works.”
Chief Patrick Fuller,Austin Independent SchoolDistrict Police Department
CHIEF PATRICK FULLER & CADETSAUSTIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLDISTRICT POLICE DEPARTMENT
 
The Chief of Police
 
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“The Junior Police Academyis one of thoseprograms that gets students excited. Whenthey are excited,they come to schooland stayinvolved. It gives us an opportunity to do our job and ourSRO can truly be a mentor.
“The students who have taken JPA have developed a relationshipwith ourschool resource officer that makes them feel comfortablegoing to the officer if there is a problem. I can’t tell you how manytimes I’ve seen the students talking to ourSRO after school. JPAhas helped build trust and respect.
I think JPA needs to be in every middle school.I encourage all my peers to adopt the program.”
Patricia Lyle, Lamar Middle School, Austin, Texas
 
The Principal
PRINCIPAL PATRICIA LYLE & CADETSLAMAR MIDDLE SCHOOLAUSTIN, TEXAS
2000Texas State Middle School Principal of the Year(National Association of Secondary School Principals)2001Principal of the Year Finalist (N.A.S.S.P.)
 
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“JPA isinstrumental in changing thenegative perceptionsstudents haveabout police officers.”
“The program provides an informal environment, wherestudents feel safeapproaching an officer without feelingintimidated.”Officer Beverly Freshour, Lamar Middle SchoolAustin Independent School District Police Department
What other officers are saying..."The kids take home an incredible memory that willalways beassociated with the field of lawenforcement."
Officers Jim Adams - Hanford, California
“Whenyou stand before a group of kids and speak about something you're passionateabout, kidsrespond.”
Officer James Taylor, Goshen Police Department, Ohio
"JPA helps kidsdevelop a healthy outlook towardstheir community."
Officer John Clapp - White Settlement, Texas
"Embraced as acherished part of its schoolcurriculum, the program bridges the tremendousgap between today'syouth and law enforcementofficers."
Chief Thomas Clemons - Wrangell, Alaska
 
The School Resource Officer
OFFICER BEVERLY FRESHOUR & CADETSAUSTIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLDISTRICT POLICE DEPARTMENT

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