YOUNG GUNS

Be a leader in Atlanta's public safety conversation!

The Atlanta Police Foundation (APF) seeks to engage young influencers to partner with us on our millennial engagement initiative. This premier group, known as "Young Guns," will give the next generation of Atlanta's business and community leaders the opportunity to collaborate with the APF and the Atlanta Police Department on strategic programs designed to provide viable solutions for addressing public safety concerns throughout the City. 

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Ways to Get Involved:

  • Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta
  • Operation Shield
  • Repeat Offender
  • Secure Neighborhoods
  • Youth Crime Prevention
  • Emergency Preparedness Training
  • The Mounted Patrol
  • The Officer Refferal Bonus Program
  • The Officer Scholarship Fund
  • Communications
  • Fundraising

Details on how to get involved below.


Ways to Stay Involved

CONTACT a member of our team! 

Haley E. Akins, Vice President of Strategic Development 

[email protected] I 404.586.0180

Nikki Forman, Director of Communications

[email protected] 404.586.0180

Commit to a $500 fundraising pledge to support public safety strategies and programs!


Details on How to Get Involved

The Young Guns will be involved in community outreach programs sponsored by the Atlanta Police Foundation. Each member has the opportunity to connect and serve in an area that best suits their expertise.

 Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta

  • Serve on the advisory board
  • Lead metro Atlanta satellite committees
  • Partner to plan and execute events
   Operation Shield
  • Provide tech-savvy expertise
  • Pilot technology
  • Serve as a community/neighborhood advocate
  Repeat offender
  • Provide criminal justice and legal expertise
  • Help analyze data
   Secure Neighborhoods
  • Support officer home-building opportunities
  • Help foster new partnerships
  • Provide real estate advice
  • Contribute furnishing and finishes
   Youth crime Prevention
  • Help expand our provider network
  • Provide leadership during work group sessions
  • Serve as a mentor
Members can also volunteer with other APF programs including:
  • Emergency Preparedness Training
  • Mounted Patrol 
  • Officer Referral Bonus Program 
  • Officer Scholarship Program. 


Additional Opportunities to Serve


Communications
  • Serve as a communications, public relations and/or marketing expert to help identify new ways to bring awareness to the community about the Atlanta Police Foundation.
  • Serve as a metro-Atlanta spokesperson for the Foundation, its mission, programs and fundraising initiatives.
  • Lend social media, video and/or writing expertise.

Fundraising
  • Facilitate introductions to help secure major gifts for the $15 million Cutting Edge, Cutting Crime: Campaign for a Model City to support mission-critical programs of APF.
  • Identify new community partnerships relevant to the mission of APF.
  • Engage a new donor base and recruit your network to attend annual events.


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