As graduates of the Fishers Police Department Citizens Academy, we invite you to learn about the Fishers Police Corps
and our service to the Fishers community. The Fishers Police Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit association
who partners with the Fishers Police Foundation in activities supporting the Fishers Police Department.

Volunteers at Corps events have helped raise donations for FPD programs and support community events. A scholarship is awarded annually to a Hamilton Southeastern or Fishers High School senior interested in pursuing a law-enforcement related career.


-Sept 5th
-Dec 5th

Please meet in the training room at 6:30PM.

Corps members volunteer at the local Law Enforcement Week events, Touch-A-Truck, Pack the Cruiser, Teen Academy,
National Night Out, Octoberfest FOP event, Boo Bash, Cops & Kids, Awards Banquet, vehicle fleet checks,
the FPD annual meeting plus community events.

View photos here on our Flickr site.
Please scroll through the Photostream for recent photos or select Albums to view photos by year and event.

The Fishers Police Corps held a candlelight vigil to honor and remember the sacrifice of fallen officers.
Later during National Police Week, the FPC hosted four cookouts to celebrate our officers and staff.
FPC appreciates and supports
the brave men and women who put their lives on the line daily to protect the Fishers community.

FPD collected 60,347 eclipse glasses after April's Eclipse, to be donated to children viewing the next eclipse in South America.
Thank you to the Corps volunteers for helping to sort and count the buckets of glasses collected.
Your dedication is much appreciated!

For more information about the Fishers Police Corps, contact FPD Officer James Alvis.


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Established 2001 as Fishers Police Department Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FPD-CAAA)