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El Cajon Police looking for citizen academy prospects – The San Diego Union

El Cajon residents and those who do business in the city, do you want to see what it’s like to be a member of the El Cajon Police Department for a couple of months?

A maximum of 25 people will be allowed to take part in this year’s Citizens Police Academy, a 10-week program that offers an unscripted, insider’s look into how the El Cajon Police do their jobs.

“The first citizens academy I was a part of, and it will happen again at this one, the No. 1 thing I hear people always say at the end is, ‘I didn’t realize you were just like us,’” said Police Chief Jeff Davis. “That’s really what we’re shooting for. For people to see that we’re your neighbors, we’re your baseball coaches, we’re your soccer coaches. We’re part of your community.”

Davis has been a part of the program for its entirety, about 15 years,

Read more at: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-me-elcajon-academy-20180216-story.html

El Cajon Police looking for citizen academy prospects – The San … – The San Diego Union

El Cajon residents and those who do business in the city, do you want to see what it’s like to be a member of the El Cajon Police Department for a couple of months?

A maximum of 25 people will be allowed to take part in this year’s Citizens Police Academy, a 10-week program that offers an unscripted, insider’s look into how the El Cajon Police do their jobs.

“The first citizens academy I was a part of, and it will happen again at this one, the No. 1 thing I hear people always say at the end is, ‘I didn’t realize you were just like us,’” said Police Chief Jeff Davis. “That’s really what we’re shooting for. For people to see that we’re your neighbors, we’re your baseball coaches, we’re your soccer coaches. We’re part of your community.”

Davis has been a part of the program for its entirety, about 15 years,

Read more at: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-me-elcajon-academy-20180216-story.html

Lemoore Police Citizens’ Academy returns

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Eight youngsters graduate from NBPD Junior Police Academy

The New Bedford Police Department recently congratulated the eight graduates of the Junior Police Academy, who officially graduated from the program Dec. 6. They were Janpier Medina, Dalante Pelletier, Angelina Ptaszenski, Craig Ptaszenski Jr, Joseph Rebello, Shandaliz Rivera and Jacob Spooner.

The Drill Instructor’s Award, which is awarded to the recruit who gives 100 percent effort 100 percent of the time, was presented to Janpier Medina. The Academy Director’s Award was given to Kyle Medina, Janpier’s older brother. Kyle was not an academy participant but received the award because for every class he rode his bicycle from the North End of the city, escorting his brother to the program and then remaining on site the entire time so that he could escort him back home.

Parents, guardians and friends attended the graduation to cheer on the youngsters for their accomplishments. After the ceremony, refreshments were served courtesy

Read more at: http://www.southcoasttoday.com/news/20180204/eight-youngsters-graduate-from-nbpd-junior-police-academy

Lemoore Police Citizens’ Academy is back in session

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Sandy residents invited to attend Citizen’s Academy

SANDY — The city is once again sponsoring an 11-week Police Citizen’s Academy designed to give residents firsthand experience of the responsibilities and duties of police officers.


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The free class runs every Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. from March 22 through May 31. There is one Saturday class on May 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Subjects that will be covered are general laws and procedures; crime scene investigation; death and traffic investigations, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, and defensive tactics and handcuffing.

Participants must be at least 18 years old and able to pass a criminal background check.

Those interested in participating should send an email to jgnielse@sandy.utah.gov by Tuesday, Feb. 20. Please include

Read more at: https://www.deseretnews.com/article/900009069/sandy-residents-invited-to-attend-citizens-academy.html

McCroskey Commentary: OJ Simpson, the Unabomber and Tales From the FBI Academy

Thursday’s edition of The Chronicle had a story about Centralia Police Department Commander Stacy Denham’s experience at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He should be congratulated — getting selected to go isn’t easy.

The story reminded me of my experience back in the fall of 1995 when I went.

Our classes included 200 students from all over the country, and 50 international students.

Classes varied from forensic investigations to dealing with the media during major events. The instructor in the media class was notorious. He’d set you up, and as soon as the lights and cameras came on, roast you for either what you said or what you did not say.

My worst class was a computer class. The lab we used did not have any PCs with Windows — if Windows existed back then. I got through it by using my

Read more at: http://www.chronline.com/opinion/mccroskey-commentary-o-j-simpson-the-unabomber-and-tales-from/article_ac1cfeb0-031d-11e8-b7b1-63b848b278ee.html

Plans underway for OUS Academy of Excellence

IRONTON – Despite the Tri-State’s recent snap of cold weather, planning is already underway for this summer’s Academy of Excellence at Ohio University Southern. This year, the annual program will provide a relaxed, fun environment for learning for children in grades one through seven.

The 2018 Academy of Excellence is scheduled for July 16 through 18 on the Ironton Campus. Students may also participate in an additional week of activities with Horse Lover’s Camp, which will be conducted at the Ohio Horse Park in Franklin Furnace, home to the Southern Campus’ Equine Studies program, July 23 through 27. This will mark the 38th year of the popular summer camp for children.

Dr. Martha Evans, assistant professor and campus liaison for the Early Childhood Education program at Ohio Southern, serves as coordinator of the Academy of Excellence. She said the goal of the Academy is to provide children with exposure to a university

Read more at: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/ohio_news/plans-underway-for-ous-academy-of-excellence/article_e6d26d6f-4f21-5999-b172-9264dce81b77.html

Registration underway for BPD citizens academy

Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 12:00 am

Registration underway for BPD citizens academy


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Ever wondered what it was like to wear a badge in Baytown? Curious about how the Baytown Police Department trains, works, and solves crimes? Residents are invited to learn all this and more at the Citizens Police

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