The Community Relations Office is an integral part of the Police Department and coordinates all community relations activities for the Police Department. The Community Relations staff is dedicated to the education of everyone that is a part of the NAU campus and the Flagstaff community. The program utilizes crime prevention presentations to provide the NAU community with the information and techniques to minimize the possibility of becoming a crime victim. Presentations are held throughout the campus in residence halls, academic buildings and business offices. Examples of presentations include:
- Drug Education
- Alcohol Awareness
- Burglary and Theft Prevention
- Domestic/Relationship Violence
- Harassing and Obscene Phone Calls
- Arson and Fire Safety
- Sexual Assault
- Violence in the Workplace
- Winter Driving Tips
Northern Arizona Law Enforcement – Citizen’s Police Academy
There are two sessions of the Citizens’ Police and Sheriff Academy per year. Generally, they start the first week of September and the middle of February and they last for 12 weeks with classes every Wednesday from 6-9PM. There are a few Saturday and Thursday sessions as well. The topics include: felony Investigations, jail tour and presentation, overview of local criminal justice system, drug crimes, highway interdiction with K9 Officer demonstration, SWAT/Bomb Squad demonstrations, University Policing, domestic violence, death investigations, prosecution, use of force, DUI, active shooter, search and rescue with helicopter demonstration, etc.
Waiver can be found here.