- Woodland Police Department
- Civilian Programs
Explorers are trained in, and exposed to, many aspects of police work to prepare them to enter the law enforcement field. Explorers act as an aid to the Woodland Police Department in many areas and, at the same time, act as a catalyst in fostering communication between the police and the youth in the community. The Explorer Program is open for high school students ages 14 to 18 years old.
G.R.EA.T. stands for Gang Resistance Education and Training and is a national program that relies on evidence-based and effective gang and violence prevention built around school-based, law enforcement officer-instructed curriculum. The Woodland Police Department provides the program to all 4th grade classes in the Woodland Joint Unified School District.
UNIDOS es un programa Hispano para que asistan los residentes del ciudad de Woodland en el idioma Español. UNIDOS is a Hispanic community outreach program designed to provide assistance to Spanish-speaking residents in Woodland.
Volunteers in Policing
The Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program provides volunteer support staff to aid sworn and civilian personnel in the effective delivery of services to the community.
Woodland Police Activities League
The Woodland Police Activities League’s goal is to reach out and enrich the lives of the youth of Woodland and surrounding communities, to reduce juvenile crime and delinquency by uniting law enforcement officers and our youth.
Youth Community Police Academy (YCPA)
The Woodland Youth Public Safety Academy is an eight-week training program, whose objective is to expose the student cadets to some very rewarding careers in public safety to include law enforcement and fire services. The YPSA is open to 7th and 8th grade students.