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Haledon Junior Police Cadets See Jail, SWAT, K-9, Crime Scene Unit, More

HALEDON, N.J. — A group of students from Manchester Regional High School enjoyed a week of training in the Haledon Junior Police Academy.

The 22 cadets saw demostrations by the the Passaic County Sheriff’s SWAT Team, Bomb Squad, K-9 Unit and Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Unit — and got to tour the county jail.

They also were familiarized with CPR, first aid and criminal law, while also meeting with Haledon firefighters and members of the National Guard.

They underwent physical training, as well.

“​I commend Sgt. Frank Conca and Sgt. Jessica Funes for a job well done as lead instructors,’ Police Chief Angelo Daniele said. “I would like to thank Passaic County Sheriff’s Officer/Haledon Councilman Carlos Aymat for his instrumental role in this program as well. We also thank Passaic County

Read more at: http://southpassaic.dailyvoice.com/police-fire/haledon-junior-police-cadets-see-jail-swat-k-9-crime-scene-unit-more/717796/

Haledon Junior Police Cadets See Jail, SWAT, K-9, Crime Scene …

HALEDON, N.J. — A group of students from Manchester Regional High School enjoyed a week of training in the Haledon Junior Police Academy.

The 22 cadets saw demostrations by the the Passaic County Sheriff’s SWAT Team, Bomb Squad, K-9 Unit and Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Unit — and got to tour the county jail.

They also were familiarized with CPR, first aid and criminal law, while also meeting with Haledon firefighters and members of the National Guard.

They underwent physical training, as well.

“​I commend Sgt. Frank Conca and Sgt. Jessica Funes for a job well done as lead instructors,’ Police Chief Angelo Daniele said. “I would like to thank Passaic County Sheriff’s Officer/Haledon Councilman Carlos Aymat for his instrumental role in this program as well. We also thank Passaic County

Read more at: http://southpassaic.dailyvoice.com/police-fire/haledon-junior-police-cadets-see-jail-swat-k-9-crime-scene-unit-more/717796/

Haledon graduates 22 in first junior police academy

Haledon Police Chief Angelo Daniele has spearheaded “Quality of Life” patrols, in which police officers volunteer their time to do extra patrols around the town. We ride along with Daniele and Lt. George Guzman one Thursday evening.
Danielle Parhizkaran/Northjersey.com

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First Clifton Junior Police Academy graduates 35 students

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The Clifton Police Department held its first junior police academy. Live weapons training was part of the program.
Marko Georgiev/NorthJersey.com

CLIFTON – Dozens of city students traded in their phones, tablets and video games for CSI simulations, shooting ranges and helicopter landings this week.

The group of 35 middle school-aged students turned junior police academy recruits and began each day with the flag salute, physical

Read more at: http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/passaic/clifton/2017/07/21/first-clifton-junior-police-academy-graduates-35-students/481647001/

Sparta Police Department 4th Annual Junior Police Academy Already Full, Much More To Come

On August 23rd, the Sparta Police Department will host its 4th annual Junior Police Academy.  The interactive program, directed towards Sparta youth in grades 5th through 8th, has already hit their maximum number of participants.

 

Sparta Lieutenant John Lamon attributes the growth to the changes made in the program last year, designing it to be more interactive and fun.  Last year’s Academy reached its maximum enrollment just a week before the camp started. This year, they reached it well over a month before.

 

Kids who attended last year participated in crime scene investigation, finger printing, an escape room, canine investigation, and more over the course of the three days.

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As this year’s Academy approaches, Lieutenant Lamon is excited for the new things ahead. “The most fun part for me is changing it up and making new surprises. As long as I’m running things, it will be different every year” Lamon

Read more at: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/sparta/articles/sparta-police-department-4th-annual-junior-police

Sparta Police Department 4th Annual Junior Police Academy …

On August 23rd, the Sparta Police Department will host its 4th annual Junior Police Academy.  The interactive program, directed towards Sparta youth in grades 5th through 8th, has already hit their maximum number of participants.

 

Sparta Lieutenant John Lamon attributes the growth to the changes made in the program last year, designing it to be more interactive and fun.  Last year’s Academy reached its maximum enrollment just a week before the camp started. This year, they reached it well over a month before.

 

Kids who attended last year participated in crime scene investigation, finger printing, an escape room, canine investigation, and more over the course of the three days.

Sign Up for E-News

 

As this year’s Academy approaches, Lieutenant Lamon is excited for the new things ahead. “The most fun part for me is changing it up and making new surprises. As long as I’m running things, it will be different every year” Lamon

Read more at: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/sparta/articles/sparta-police-department-4th-annual-junior-police

Montana Five-O: Montana Junior Police Leadership Academy teaches teens skills for law enforcement and for life

As Helena teen Wyatt Burrell navigated through cones at the law enforcement driving track, he remembered the tip he was taught — what got you in will get you out.

This, the more tedious course, was to hone in on backing into spaces and deft maneuvering of the vehicle. It’s also to teach users to trust their cars.

Spinning around in the skid car was more fun. It also taught Burrell and the 31 other cadets at the Montana Junior Police Leadership Academy how to deal with hazards like slipping on ice in a safe environment. Tuesday’s time at the track was just part of the week of activities for the academy, which is open to teens from across the state each year.

“I’ve never done anything like this before,” 16-year-old Burrell said. “It’s awesome. We do a lot of fun stuff.”

Other tasks during the academy included crime scene investigation, rapelling off a

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Montana Five-O: Montana Junior Police Leadership Academy …

Students of the Montana Junior Police Leadership Academy observe a search and rescue demonstration conducted by Two Bear Air earlier this week at the academy in the Helena Valley.

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Kids learn about cops at junior police academy

Bowling Green Police Department Captain Josh Hughes (left), Officer Ryan Dillon (right), and Abraham Nakhal, 11, practice a traffic stop Wednesday, July 12, 2017, during BGPD’s Junior Police Academy at Safety City at Greenwood High School. (Bac Totrong/photo@bgdailynews.com)

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Wayne Junior Police Academy graduates 79 cadets

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June 26 through June 29 Wayne Police hosted their 19th Junior Police Academy. Crime scene investigation was one of the courses offered to the junior cadets, who helped their senior officers solve a “burglary.”
Jessica Presinzano/NorthJersey.com

WAYNE — With a few days of crime-scene investigation, self-defense and police discipline lessons under their belts, Wayne’s newest junior police made their first “arrest” last week.

The collar was a part of Detective Jason Clemente’s crime scene-investigation class with retired officers Detective Sgt. Matthew Dox and Detective Jim Faber.

The annual Wayne Junior Police Academy, a weeklong event for township children ages 10 to 12, gives a glimpse into police work and police academy training —

Read more at: http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/passaic/wayne/2017/07/05/wayne-junior-police-academy-graduates-79-cadets/423830001/