Office of Community Outreach

The goal of the Office of Community Outreach is to be a liaison between the residents of Crowley and the Crowley Police Department. The Community Liaison Officers are tasked with participating in community events and assisting in crime prevention throughout the city. The Office of Community Outreach oversees the Citizens Police Academy and the Citizens on Patrol program. In addition, the unit manages the following community programs:
  • Annual bike safety rodeo
  • Annual health fair
  • Annual walk/ride to school day
  • Bike patrol classes and coordination
  • Business security inspections
  • Canned food drives and fundraisers for local food banks
  • Child EZ-ID fingerprinting
  • Coordinate parades and city activities
  • Crime prevention programs/CPTED programs
  • Crime victims compensation
  • Crowley Area Teen Community Helpers (CATCH) kids programs
  • Drug, cigarette and alcohol prevention classes
  • Graffiti abatement
  • Home security inspections
  • Law enforcement fitness program
  • National Night Out
  • Neighbors on Watch program
  • Participate in the training advisory board and Crime Control Prevention District meetings
  • Public Health and Safety Board
  • Public information/media liaisons
  • Recreation center sponsorship program
  • Recruiting
  • School visits and talks
  • Senior Center activities and visits
  • Speed trailer deployment
  • Story Time With A Cop at the Crowley Public Library
  • Tours of the department
  • Women’s self-defense classes

Speakers for Gatherings


Community Liaison Officers are available to speak at community or business gatherings about crime prevention, personal safety, drug and alcohol awareness, stranger danger and any law enforcement topic the organizer desires.

More Information


To contact the Office of Community Outreach or to request a speaker, contact Lori Keith at 817-297-2276, ext. 6000 or via email, or Officer CJ Perry at 817-297-2276, ext. 6504 or via email.