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Coppell High School police officer and Corporal Diane Patterson talks about the self defense program provided by the city to teenagers and adults alike who desire to learn to protect themselves in stressful situations. Having this class gives a chance for Coppell High School students to complete the program before going off to college.

On the Spot: CPD’s self defense class aims to protect senior girls

Tanya Raghu, Enterprise Editor January 10, 2018

For the 13th year, the Coppell Police Department is sponsoring a self-defense class for senior girls at Coppell High School to learn the basics about protecting themselves.   The course takes...

Young children play on inflatable slides at the National Night Out social on Pecan Hollow Drive. On Tuesday, Coppell celebrated its thirty-third annual NNO, which promotes neighborhood safety.

Coppell National Night Out brings new light to national discussion

Emma Cummins , Executive Editorial Page Editor October 6, 2016

You walk up to the block party; a policeman is helping little children try on his helmet and sit on his motorcycle, there is a bouncy house is full of laughing children, people laugh and talk while the...

Police department calls for future recruits

May 7, 2013

By Christina Burke Features Editor The Coppell Police Department (CPD) has opened registration for a unique summer oppertunity benefitting those interested in any type of law enforcement related career. Any...

Police find body of missing Coppell man

May 10, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor For five days, Coppell police were in search of 84-year-old Hwanyeo Park who disappeared from his local home on May 3. The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office...

Coppell Crime Stoppers more harm than good?

December 9, 2010

Kara Adkins Staff Writer The image of a cop relaxing with his daily coffee and donut is not new to us, yet it seems that this stereotype has managed to escape our reliable Coppell officers. While...

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