Arlington Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association
The purpose of this not-for-profit association is to bring together graduates of the Arlington Citizen Police Academy, to improve relations between the police department and the civilian community in all phases of law enforcement activities, and to further the aims of the Arlington Police Department.
Homicide Detective Mac Simmons
Thursday June, 8th
West Arlington Police Center
2060 W. Green Oaks Blvd.
On February 25, 2014, Randy Pacheco was working his shift as a manager at the Red Wing Shoe Store on Cooper Street, when a man walked into the store, shot and killed him while stealing $200 and a pair of boots. Join us this month as Homicide Detective Mac Simmons retraces the exhaustive steps investigators took to take this Case from crime scene to capture. Please note, this program will include some graphic images from the Case File.
Arlington Citizens Police Academy
All Arlington residents are eligible to attend, at no cost, the Arlington Citizens Police Academy. The Academy is an 11-week course held on Mondays, 7-10 pm, and instructed by APD police officers and supervisors working in the areas covered such as SWAT, Criminal Investigation, CSI, Traffic, K-9, and the Aviation Unit (drones). Each week’s presentation provides participants with a unique, behind-the scenes look into how the police operate internally and how they protect all citizens of Arlington.
For more information: Contact Officer Tim Hayden at 817-459-6468 or email Timothy.Hayden@arlingtontx.gov
To learn more and to apply for this free community program: