The mission of the FBICAA-Denver is to educate communities served

by the FBI Denver Field Office about law enforcement in alignment with the mission,

resources, and priorities of the FBI.

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   The mission of the FBICAA-Denver is to educate communities served by the FBI Denver Field

The FBI Citizens Academy is now accepting applications.  Please apply at the link below.

 The deadline to apply is February 19, 2017.

The dates and times of the 2017 FBI Citizens Academy in Denver are:
Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. April 6, April 12, April 19, April 26, May 10, May 17 and May 24, 2017. The shooting range day is Saturday, May 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events
 March 23rd, 2017
  Alumni Association Meeting @ 5:30pm-Place TBD
 April 6th-May 24th 2017
 Denver FBI Citizen Academy
 May 6th, 2017
 Range Day
 September 21st, 2017
 Alumni Association Meeting @ 5:30pm-Place TBD
 ecember 14th, 2017
 Annual Holiday Party Meeting
Spirit of Giving #2 - COPS FIGHTING CANCER’S  14th Annual Long Blue Line Toy Drive  ( )

WHAT:  In support of our communities most vulnerable citizens, we are working with Cops Fighting Cancer again this year on their annual Toy Drive for the patients at Children’s Hospital.  We ask that alumni consider donating a new toy or gift cards from Wal-Mart in support of this wonderful program.   

WHEN:  TOY DROP OFF - All toys must be delivered to Sue Smith at 200 Fillmore, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80206 by DECEMBER 5th. 

WHERE:  We will need  8-10 volunteers to participate in the Long Blue Line event on December 8th at Children’s Hospital from 8:00AM- NOON.  This is a remarkable, rewarding experience that truly captures the spirit of the season and kindness in action!


WHAT:  During Phase Two of the Denver FBICAAA’s partnership with Extended Hands of Hope, a local non-profit assisting human trafficking survivors, we are launching a Supply Drive for their new Avanti “Recovery” House. A few weeks ago our members participated in a work day at the facility, painting, assembling furniture, hanging blinds and other tasks to help turn the house into a real home for young girls rescued from human trafficking.  We promise that Phase Two won’t make you sore for three days though! J If you would like to participate in the supply drive for the Avanti House, please select items from the House Warming Registry at or donate Wal-Mart gift cards!

WHEN:  Add a few of the items on the House Warming Registry to your BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING LIST, or donate to the chapter and we’ll do the shopping for you!

WHERE:  All donated items can be turned in at our Annual Meeting and Holiday Party on December 15th at the Brown Palace (official notice and RSVP instructions being emailed soon!), or deliver items to Sue Smith at 200 Fillmore, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80206.

Spirit of Giving #4  - ROAD TO RECOVERY Service Project at Phoenix MultiSport   ( )

WHAT: In keeping with the directive of the FBI to promote the film “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict” as part of a nationwide effort to combat the growing opiate epidemic, we have partnered with Phoenix MultiSport in support of their work with recovering addicts.  Leaders from Phoenix MultiSport participated in our panel discussions at a number of screenings our chapter hosted and remain supportive of those efforts.  They are expanding their facility downtown and will be inviting FBICAAA members to assist with “housekeeping” projects similar to what we did at the Avanti House (see entry above.)  STAY TUNE FOR DETAILS ON THIS IMPORTANT “SWEAT EQUITY” PROJECT!




WHERE: Phoenix MultiSport, 2233 Champa Street, Denver 80205

·         Spirit of Giving #5 – WYOMING SERVICE PROJECT (TBD)…details soon!



We are also participating in the annual Student-to-Student Book Drive at CEC Middle College on December 15th, but will not need volunteers that evening.  We’re hoping most of you will be at our Holiday Party that night anyway, but our chapter will donate several boxes of books in support of this event!