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 2015 Academy Dates:
Youth Leadership Academy: 6/29 - 7/3
Junior Police Academy: 7/20-7/31

Registration is now open for Empowering Young Women Thru Motion
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The core purpose of the Mahwah Municipal Alliance, or MMA, is to help the youth of Mahwah become great decision makers. To meet this purpose, the MMA has been formed as an organization of community volunteers and local police focusing efforts in three major strategic areas. These include programs and projects related to Personal Courage, Physical and Social Development and General Safety. The Mahwah Municipal Alliance also actively supports targeted community outreach efforts.

The MMA seeks to align programs we support with our 5 Core Values, asking whether programs will:

  1. Inspire children
  2. Help our youth exercise personal courage and build character
  3. Educate parents about diverse social issues children face
  4. Reinforce law enforcement as a positive model
  5. Promote positive community involvement

It is our belief that when we deliver successful programs matched to these core values, we will improve the quality of life in Mahwah.

*** The Mahwah Municipal Alliance (MMA) is an innovative, 501(c)3 non-profit collaborative community organization that helps to inspire the youth of Mahwah to become contributing, productive members of the community


  2015 Academy Dates:
Youth Leadership Academy will be held June 29-July 3

Junior Police Academy will be held July 20-31
arrow Junior Police Academy -For students who will be in 6th grade (September 2015). 
arrow Junior Police Academy Student Instructor-  For students who will be in 7th grade (September 2015).
arrow Junior Police Academy Older Student Instructor - For students who will be in 8th grade or above (September 2015). JPA Older SI is for a limited number of students who want to continue to work with the younger students enrolled in the JPA and who wish to work on their leadership skills. Preference will be given to older students who have participated in prior years and have demonstrated a higher level of understanding of the goals of the JPA. An essay describing the applicant's knowledge, skills and abilities is should be submitted to Sgt. Robert Curtis ( or mailed to c/o Mahwah Police 221 Franklin Tpk.
arrow Youth Leadership Academy - For students who will be in 8th grade (September 2015) thru 12th grade.



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