1. Cops 4 Kids (C4K)

    The Cops 4 Kids program was established to provide positive relationships between the police officers and children of Anaheim.

  2. Explorers

    The Anaheim Police Explorer Post is a program for young men and women interested in learning about careers in the field of law enforcement.

  3. Jr. Cadets

    The Cops 4 Kids Junior Cadet program offers educational and physical activities for youth ages 8-13 years old, while emphasizing respect, responsibility, and self-discipline.

  4. Gang Reduction & Intervention Partnership (GRIP)

    The Gang Reduction and Intervention Partnership program works with at-risk students and their families.

  5. Orange County Family Justice Center (OCFJC)

    The OCFJC is a safe, confidential and friendly place where assistance is provided to Survivors of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sexual Assault and Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse.

  6. Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force

    The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force protects victims, prosecutes offenders and prevents further perpetration of human trafficking.

  7. Public Awareness Through Citizen Education (PACE)

    The Citizen Academy teaches community members about the philosophy, policies and guiding principles of the department.

  8. Mobile PACE

    The Mobile Citizen Academy is designed to teach citizens about the philosophy, policies, and guiding principles of the department. The 8 week course is a condensed version of the traditional 14 week PACE Class.

  9. Public Safety Pipeline

    The purpose of the Public Safety Pipeline is to expose junior high and high school aged students to careers in Anaheim Public Safety.

  10. Volunteers in Police Services (VIPS)

    The mission of the Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program is to provide volunteer support staff to aid police personnel in the delivery of services to the citizens of Anaheim.