Santa Clara County Peace Officers' Association
The Santa Clara County Peace Officers’ Association (S.C.C.P.O.A.) membership is comprised of Peace Officers from agencies within Santa Clara County and around the Bay Area such as:
Adult Parole, Alcohol Tobacco Firearms, Barna P.I. & Security, Berkeley Fire, Berkeley PD, Brisbane PD, Burlingame PD, CA Dept. of Insur.-Fraud Div, CA DOJ Bureau of Firearms, CA.Dept.Forestry, Campbell PD, Ca. Highway Patrol, City of Pleasanton, Colma Police Dept., Daly City PD, Dietz Associates, DMV Investigations, East PAPD, Federal Bureau Investigations, Federal Air Marshal Service, Foothill DeAnza PD, Foster City PD, Gilroy PD, Hillsborough PD, Lake Arthur PD (New Mexico), Los Altos PD, Los Gatos PD, Menlo Park PD, Milpitas PD, Moffett Field, Morgan Hill PD, Mountain View PD, Napa State Hospital PD, NASA, Pacifica PD, Palo Alto PD, Post Office Investigator, Redwood city PD, Santa Clara County Sheriff Dept., San Bruno PD, San Diego District Atty., San Francisco PD, San Jose Community College D, San Jose Evergreen District, San Jose Fire Dept., San Mateo PD, San Mateo Sheriff Office, Santa Clara Co. Fire, Santa Clara PD, Santa Clara Superior court, Santa Clara County Unified School Dist., Santa Clara County Dept of Corrections, Santa Clara County Probation, Santa Clara County District Atty. Office, Santa Clara County Fire Dept., San Francisco Medical Examiner, San Francisco PD, San Jose fire Dept., San Jose Police Dept., San Jose State University Police, San Mateo County Corrections, So. San Francisco PD, Soledad PD, Stanford Dept. Public Safety, STATE PAROLE, Sunnyvale Dept. of Public Safety, TSA-FFDO United Airlines, Union City PD, US Defense Criminal Invest service, US Marshal, US Marshals Service, US Postal Inspector, US Pretrial Services Agency, Ventura County S/O, and West Valley-Mission College PD.
The Santa Clara County Peace Officers’ Association provides services to many organizations within Santa Clara County including underprivileged, disadvantaged, and/or at-risk youth in order to interact in a positive way with law enforcement officers while using our property.
The SCCPOA Board Members organize and volunteer to work with our Campership Program, structured group outings with at-risk youth camping at our property. These campouts promote positive interaction between these at-risk youth and the law enforcement officers. This includes youngsters who may even have had a "brush" with the law, and may not necessarily have a positive feeling about law enforcement Officers from different agencies volunteer to "work" at the camp outs and this allows close contact between these youngsters and a law enforcement officer.
For the most part these youngsters come from our local satellite group homes. Chaperones from the group home involved are required to attend. The Girl scouts, Boy Scouts and cub scouts use the property on a regular basis. Additionally, our campground and property is open all year.
Boy Scout troop 163, 170, 230, 250, 340
Scout Camp out BSA Troop 263
Cub Scout pack 28, 163, 226, 234, 333, 340, 349, 360, 390, 419, 556
American Heritage Girls troop CA0319
Girl Scout Troop 61147, 61505, 62068
Santa Clara PD - Daisy Troop Pack
Santa Clara PD - Police Athletic League Judo Club Camp
San Jose PD - Metro Team Building
Mt. View - Crittenden Middle School WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) Anti-bullying mentorship program for 6th - 8th graders
Mt. View PD - Youth Services Campout
Mt View PD - Explorer post, D.A.R.E.
First Presbyterian Church.
The Santa Clara County Peace Officers’ Association owns six contiguous parcels of land totaling approximately 171 acres that are located off of Highway 9, in the mountains above the city of Saratoga. This property, maintained solely by our members, has a campground consisting of 9 tent cabins, boy's and girl's bathrooms complete with hot showers and flushable toilets, a campfire amphitheater, a large BBQ area, many open field areas, and a 50 yard pistol range used quite extensively by law enforcement members to practice their marksmanship and also a place where many scouts have earned their shooting merit badges.