Coordinated by the Community Resource Unit, the police department’s annual community workshop is generally held in the spring of each year. Free and open to the public, the workshop especially targets Neighborhood Watch leaders and participants, as well as Partners Against Crime groups. Advance registration is required.
A variety of topics are presented each year including sessions on police department and other City or County services; quality of life issues; crime trends and community resources; new or changed municipal policies. A popular feature is the meet-and-greet breakfast or lunch sessions with police executives, command staff; district offices and employees of the Community Services Division.