The Trophy Club Emergency Volunteer Association (TCEVA) serves under the umbrellas of both the Trophy Club Police and Fire Departments. It is a 501(c)(3) organization that utilizes its funds to support Trophy Club’s first responders through the purchase of equipment, supplies, and trainings, as well as participation in various programs. Some of these programs include:
- Traffic control
- Citizen on Patrol (COP) Volunteers enhance the safety of our community by patrolling in a specially marked vehicle and alerting the Police of any suspicious activity. This position requires training.
- Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
- First Responder Rehab (REHAB)
Our volunteers either live or work in Trophy Club and come from various professional and personal backgrounds. Many of us have additional training and certifications, which allow us to volunteer in several different programs while assisting the town with emergencies and public events.
Membership is contingent upon passing a background check. All members are expected to follow the Volunteer Code of Conduct as defined in the TCEVA policies, and membership will continue at the discretion of the Trophy Club Police chief and Fire Chief.
A membership application is available Here
Our mission statement:
To support and assist the Trophy Club Police Department and Fire Department, promote public awareness and education by serving as ambassadors of the Trophy Club Police Department and Fire Department to the public and to other agencies, and promote a safe environment for First Responders and Residents through service and activities.