Brazos County Citizen’s Sheriff’s Academy Alumni Association (BCCSAAA)
About Us: Also known as “The Sheriff’s Alumni” the BCCSAAA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 1994.
Our Mission: The BCCSAAA organization is formed is to bring graduates of the Brazos County Citizen’s Sheriff’s Academy together to enhance the relations between the community and Brazos County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO). Make the Quality of Life better for the Sheriff, his deputies, detention officers, and staff.
Past Activities: (We repeat these when ask)
Through use, the specific donation, joined the 100 Club, as a Business Life Member.
The 100 Club is a 32,000-member non-profit organization that began in 1953, which provides financial support to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty in 32 counties surrounding Houston, including BCS and all of Brazos County, with over 33 million in assets (2017 Tax Returns)
Note: Our returns are most humble compared to these! We proudly purchase the badges for the deputies, Purchased a computer to track and interact with the state on sex offender registration. Spent time as volunteers at various activities including finger-printing children for safety identification, Built and decorated the Christmas Parade Float (multiple times over the years).
Purchased two work computers, printers, scanners, and monitors to assist Special Services in digitizing the backlog of paperwork within the Sheriff’s Office.
Go-Bags for SWAT Gear, 1st Aid Kits for Trustee outside work Program, Training Ammunition (short no-tice opportunity).
Build up of key weights, weight rack, and weight benches in the exercise room.
Annual Support funds for Fallen Officer Program, Team BBQ competition (s), Trunk or Treat at Halloween, and several special awards at the Sheriff’s Christmas Party (We all get to buy a ticket and attend).
Work with Bryan PD, College Station PD, and Texas A&M PD, Texas State Troopers, and Military on special programs.
Work with Greek Council at Texas A&M.
Get to do Ride-a-longs
Provide volunteer hours toward BCSO Grants.
Serve as assistants during Citizen’s Sheriff’s Academy activities.