The Orlando Police Department trains neighborhood communities how to identify and report suspicious activities.
Orlando Police Department volunteers can earn credit for college, explore law enforcement careers and give back to the community.
The City of Orlando offers students age 14 to 20 the opportunity to learn about the police department, take part in community service projects and go on weekend field trips.
Learn more about Operation Positive Direction, a youth mentoring program established by the Orlando Police Department.
Help report suspicious activity as a member of Dog Walker Watch.
The City of Orlando and the Orlando Police Department are committed to the safety of all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) residents and visitors.
This is an annual community-building campaign that promotes strong police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live and work.
The Citizen Observer Program (C.O.P) is comprised of volunteers who help police by patrolling neighborhoods, shopping malls and school zones. Their main purpose is to report suspicious activities, persons and vehicles. C.O.P. members have no law enforcement authority and carry no weapons.
This four week program meets to discuss various police-related topics, such as crime prevention, firearms demonstrations and crime scenarios.