Safety & Awareness
Police Officers are available to speak to schools, clubs and other groups. Age appropriate literature is available on topics to include Officer Friendly, Safety, Drug Prevention, Gang Awareness, Crime Prevention, Church Safety, Active Threat Response Awareness, Women's Safety, Realtor Safety, Halloween Safety, Neighborhood Watch, Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety, Fraud, etc. If you are interested in scheduling a Police Officer to speak at an educational program, please call 919-552-3191.
McGruff the Crime Dog Character
The Police Department has opportunities for children and families to meet McGruff the Crime Dog. To schedule a visit, call 919-552-3191.
Coffee with a Cop
The Police Department partners with area businesses and restaurants to provide an opportunity to meet with the public in a casual environment. No agenda or presentation! It's just an opportunity to get to know the police officers that work in your community! The host business or restaurant provides free coffee to the public and the police department will be at the business or restaurant for approximately 2 hours, meeting with the public. For more information about this program or to schedule a future Coffee with a Cop event, contact Sgt. Mike MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. The business or restaurant must be in the corporate limits of Fuquay-Varina, N.C.
The Town of Fuquay-Varina Police Explorer's Post is dedicated to providing first hand training and knowledge to young adults who may have an interest in a law enforcement career. The Fuquay - Varina Explorer post is operated through the Town of Fuquay-Varina Police Department under the supervision of Sworn Law Enforcement Officers and open to any young adult from ages 14 to 20 years old. For more information email Lt. David Taylor at email@example.com or Maser Officer Brett Kain at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Fuquay-Varina Police Department has had more than 3,000 graduates of the G.R.E.A.T. Program which stands for Gang Resistance Education and Training. The goal of the program is to teach good decision making and common sense to pre-teens transitioning from elementary school to middle school.
The program helps young people acquire and practice positive life skills such as thinking before acting, dealing with bullies, communicating, respecting others and being good citizens. For more information about the G.R.E.A.T. Program, contact Scottie Hinton.