What is V.I.P? (Volunteers in Patrol)
- A non-confrontational neighborhood program designed to reduce crime through a cooperation between citizens and the Dallas Police Department (D.P.D).
- Citizens volunteering their time and driving their own vehicles - or walking - patrol their neighborhoods.
- Volunteers receive 7 hours training provided by D.P.D. on recognizing suspicious activity and how to report it.
- Allows citizens to take an active role in crime prevention by becoming the eyes and ears for D.P.D.
We are now seeking to add more VIP members! There is a training coming up on June 9th (see below for more information). For more information about the University Meadows VIP program, email UMNADallas@gmail.com
VIP Training on JANUARY 19th, 2019
The next Northeast Dallas Police Department's Volunteers in Patrol training class will be January 19th from 9 am to 1 pm at the NE substation. The application and flyer are below. You will have to attend both days to get full credit. Contact Officer Kelley for more information at Kevin.Kelley@dpd.ci.dallas.tx.us or 214-670-7772.