Police Department taking applications for Concerned Citizens in Action Group

By Deseray McKinzy

Deputy Chief Shirley Warrior from the police department spoke with Deltaplex News about the Concerned Citizens Group that she and her team put together to help stop crime and combat speeding and street concerns. Chief Warrior stated that this is an opportunity for the citizens to work with the police department to address their concerns,

Warrior further explained the application process for interested citizens and what this group will be exposed to in their two-week training requirement,

Included in the Concerned Citizens In Action application are the topics that the training classes will cover varying from police policy and procedures to CPR training and more.

Warrior also added that these citizens will not be enforcing laws but they will be carrying signs publically to encourage the community to provide a safe environment for everyone. She went on further to explain why she thought this idea will be beneficial to the community,

Interested citizens can pick up an application at the Pine Bluff Police Department between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday with the deadline to turn in on May 31st at the end of the business day.