Community Action Team

The Warrenton Police Department (WPD) is seeking new At-Large Members to join the Community Action Team (CAT 21) which was established in June 2020. The mission of this team is to bring the local police department into the 21st century through adopting best policing practices, addressing neighborhood concerns, recognizing issues to protect citizens and community members in a non-biased way, reviewing incidents with sensitivePD Main Banner page, respect, and objectivity, applying logic and truth to all commentary regarding incidents, and building community trust through transparency and accountability. The relationships formed by the Community Action Team (CAT 21) members will aid in fostering trust between the community and local law enforcement. Please click on links for Application and CAT-21 Guidelines for more details. Completed/signed applications must be submitted no later than March 15, 2022.

About

The Community Action Team (CAT) was formed in June 2020 to align the Warrenton Police Department's Policies with 21st Century best policing practices. The ultimate objective of the Community Action Team is to help enhance the level of trust and understanding between the community and the Warrenton Police Department.

Mission

The partnerships formed within the Community Action Team (CAT) will foster trust between the community and local law enforcement. Our mission is to bring the local police department into the 21st century through adopting best policing practices, addressing neighborhood concerns, recognizing issues to protect citizens and community members in a non-biased way, reviewing incidents with sensitivity, respect, and objectivity, applying logic and truth to all commentary regarding incidents, and building community trust through transparency and accountability.

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