CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

QUARTERLY GENERAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 13, 2016



Called to order and welcome – President Mike Kuehn

35 members present

Current membership – 91 annual and 26 lifetime members. To date 143 residents have attend the academy.

Treasurer: Total revenue - $18,856.85

Total expenses - $7,679.47

Cash balance – $11,177.38

Restricted Cash - $7,555.98 Milo Simulator

Insurance Due - $783.00 per year (officer liability & indemnification)

Promo Print Advertizing - $500.00

Net Cash Balance –$2,338.40

In-Kind donations to HSVPD - $4,480.99

Donations collected at PTEC Open House - $1,883.00

Guest Speakers: Lt. Jeff Silk of the Saline County Sheriff Department and an investigative officer from Homeland Security for Arkansas. They spoke on ways the average citizen can fight terrorism by educating our friends, family, & neighbors. Carry a concealed weapon if you choose with proper training and registration. Finally “see something say something” to proper authorities.

The most common type of terrorism seen in Arkansas is primarily domestic and concentrated in Northwest Arkansas.





Election of 2017 CPAAA board: Open positions President-elect, Secretary, 3 At-large positions.

Those nominated and elected by voice vote: Mike Kuehn President 1 yr., President-elect Tom Powal 1yr., Secretary Bobbie Bateman 1 yr., At-Large members Jim Patton fundraising 1 yr., Melanie Pederson events 2 yr., Barb Paprocki membership 1 yr.

Next academy class scheduled for spring, 2017.

Next CPAAA general meeting December 13, 2016 HSVPD Training Center.

Meeting adjourned – 8:50 P.M.





Respectfully submitted



Mary McCullough secretary