Citizens Police Academy
The fall Citizens Police Academy is now accepting applications through April 15, 2013.
Classes will be held on Thursdays starting April 18, 2013
6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. for 11 sessions
(Exception—possible Saturday class for firearms)
Submit applications to Kennesaw Police Department no later than April 15, 2013
Citizen's Police Academy is an informational program designed to inform citizens about the working of law enforcement and their police department.
All applicants must be:
· 21 years old
· Willing to submit to a criminal history check and a driving record check (This necessary due to the sensitivity of information presented)
Some of the things you will learn:
· The Patrol Function
· Criminal Law
· Criminal Investigations
· Traffic Operations
· Court Process
· Use of Force
· Community Policing
Note: This is an informational program, it will not give the training necessary to become a Certified Police Officer.
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