Welcome to the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association
The FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBINCAAA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer organization that works in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on community outreach programs to promote public safety and security through community engagement, education, and service initiatives.
We are joined by more than 53,000 community leaders, serving as volunteers in nearly 60 FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association Chapters across the United States, dedicated to making our neighborhoods safe, vibrant places to live, work, and recreate. Members are graduates of the FBI Citizens Academy Program.
The FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association supports community outreach priorities of the FBI by governing, leading, and serving local FBINCAAA Chapters. Our role is three-fold:
Building Safer Communities through Citizen Leadership
Local Chapters are the backbone of the FBINCAAA. They work hand in hand with local FBI Field Offices to develop and deliver outreach programming tailored to their communities. Chapter meetings bring members together on a regular basis to hear presentations on topics of importance to regional safety and security. Alumni volunteer time, expertise, and material support for community service initiatives.
As volunteer ambassadors for the FBI, FBINCAAA Chapters educate communities about federal law enforcement issues, priorities, and goals; and serves to foster a greater understanding of the role of federal law enforcement in alignment with the mission and resources of the FBI. Our Chapters and members do this by:
The FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association provides the oversight, systems, and mechanisms to guide, lead, and support successful operations of high-performing FBINCAAA Chapters and volunteer leaders aligned to local Field Office needs.
About the FBI Citizens Academy Program
The FBI Citizens Academy Program offers business, religious, civic, and community leaders an immersive, engaging experience inter to the inner workings, mission and priorities of the FBI. The goal of the program is to foster a greater understanding of the role of federal law enforcement in the community through frank discussion and education.
Programs are held at FBI field offices around the country. FBI employees, former Citizens Academy Program graduates, and community leaders nominate candidates for the program. Once completed, graduates in good standing are eligible to join the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association.
Visit the website of your local FBI Field Office to learn more about the program, application requirements, and submission deadlines.
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FBINCAAA is a nonprofit organization separate and apart from the FBI