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Next Monthly Meeting!!!

December Monthly Meeting

Location: Meridiana Oasis Village

Date: December 14th 2018 6:00pm-10:00pm

Meeting will be at 4003 Meridiana Parkway, Rosharon, TX 77583

Directions to Meridiana

This is our Christmas Dinner plus installation of newly elected board members.

Cost: Dinner will be provided for our member plus one guest free of charge

Please, Please,  RSVP so we know how many meals to provide @






Upcoming TGCCPA sponsored training:


These three classes will be taught at the Roman Forest Police Department in Montgomery County

2430 Roman Forest Blvd. Roman Forest, TX 77357

There is plenty of free parking at the Roman Forest City Hall/Police Department


January 29, 2018– February 02, 2018

Crime Prevention 1 (CP1)



March 26, 2018 – March 30, 2018

Crime Prevention 2 (CP2)


May 07, 2018 – May 09, 2018

 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)



The Texas Gulf Coast Crime Prevention Association is happy to list training opportunities that our members bring to our attention.

The Citizen Police Academy

Through the Citizen Police Academies (CPA), police officers can maintain a good relationship with the public by involving citizens in crime prevention efforts. CPAs provide the public with a working knowledge of their law enforcement agency's mission, operation, policies, and personnel.

They also create mutual trust and cooperation between the police and residents. An increasing number of law enforcement agencies have realized the enormous benefits of CPAs to their communities and have incorporated them into their community-oriented policing strategies.

Law enforcement agencies can obtain information regarding CPAs from a variety of sources. However, establishing a successful CPA remains a substantial task. Read more in this article from Police Chief Magazine.

The Missouri City, Texas, Police Department brought the CPA concept to Texas in 1986, eventually extending it to an 11-week course format. Read more...

Communities Accepting Applications for TGCCPA members for upcoming
Citizens Police Academy classes

 For more information about the Citizens Police Academy Alumni, visit their site HERE 



Other Available Training

*Click on the links below to download the class information*  



Refuse To Be A Victim® seminars promote awareness and prevention of criminal confrontation. Seminar topics include: home, automobile, phone, technological, travel, and personal security. Seminar participants are presented with a variety of common-sense crime prevention and personal safety strategies and devices they may integrate into their daily lives.