Membership to the FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBIPCAAA) is reserved for individuals that have successfully graduated from the FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy program. Following graduation all alumni have the opportunity to become active members in the FBIPCAAA and continue to participate in activities, programs and outreach efforts conducted by the FBIPCAAA.
To become an active member with the FBIPCAA, or to renew your membership refer to our Membership Options page.
One of the highlights of being an FBIPCAAA member is our annual trip to Quantico & FBI HQ in Washington D.C. Our new Citizens Academy graduates get priority, however if you didn't get a chance to experience this trip with your graduating class, let us know if you'd like to be put on the waiting list. Please send an email to: email@example.com
Exclusive continuing education and community outreach events!
Dues are assessed and payable on January 1st each year. All dues amounts are deemed fully-earned on receipt and are considered non-refundable. For additional information or questions, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to Proceeding to Membership options...
Please review and accept the FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy Alumni Association Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy below:
FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy Alumni Association Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy
The FBI Phoenix Citizens Academy Alumni Association (the “FBIPCAAA”) is a private non-profit corporation associated with, but not part of the FBI. The purpose of the FBIPCAAA is to promote safer communities through community service projects, to educate the public about the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI, and to undertake other activities in consultation with the Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Division.
In light of the unique relationship between the FBIPCAAA and the FBI, and to ensure compliance with state and federal laws, the Board of Directors has adopted this Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy (the “Policy”) for officers, directors, and members of the FBIPCAAA. Officers, directors, and members must act in the best interests of the FBIPCAAA and the FBI and must comply with the letter and the spirit of this Policy.
No code or policy can anticipate every situation that may arise. Therefore, this Policy is intended to serve as a guide and each officer, director, and member is encouraged to contact the President of the FBIPCAAA with questions about specific circumstances that may implicate one or more of the provisions of this Policy.
Active membership includes acknowledgement that the member will adhere to this Code of Ethics.