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FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association

The FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBILACAAA) is a community based and supported organization, distinct and separate from the FBI, designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating business, labor, media, medical, minority, religious, government, senior citizens, and other community leaders about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI.

The FBILACAAA alumni have been involved in the following programs in the past: Teen Academy, Junior Special Agent Program, Community Leadership Forums, supporting Citizens Academy classes, safety fairs, Diversity and Inclusion programs and promoting FBI careers and initiatives. The Alumni Association assists the FBI in outreach efforts into various Los Angeles Field Office Area of Responsibility (AOR) communities.


The FBICAAA is a non-profit organization separate and apart from the FBI, composed of a cross-section of community leaders and is designed to promote a safer community through community engagement projects, education and outreach with particular emphasis on the mission of the FBI.

• Private nonprofit corporations, associated with, but not part of the FBI

• FBI’s eyes, ears, and voice to the community

• Ambassadors and force multipliers for the FBI’s community outreach efforts


o Valued partner of FBI, but we do not manage their organization

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Program & Nomination Process

Candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • A recognized business, religious, or community leader

  • Live and/or work within the Division's jurisdiction

  • Minimum age 21 years

  • Must consent to a limited background check, to include fingerprint check

  • Agree to attend all sessions with no more than one (1) excused absence

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