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Ormond Beach Offers Citizen’s Police Academy For Residents

By on August 28, 2017 in Community Stories

Ormond Beach, FL— The 35th Citizen Police Academy is currently enrolling adults who are at least 18 years old. The class will meet 6 pm – 8 pm every Tuesday from September 19th to October 19th at the Ormond Beach Police Department (170 W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, FL). The program is free of charge and refreshments will be served.

The Citizen Police Academy is a program designed to acquaint individuals who are not sworn police officers with the activities of their local police department. The program is a five-week course designed to give the community an inside look at the duties of law enforcement officers. Through participation in lectures, demonstrations, tours, and hands-on opportunities; citizens will gain valuable insight into the policies and procedures of the Ormond Beach Police Department. Community involvement is the most powerful force any law enforcement agency has in the fight against crime. For the community to be effective, it is important that its citizens understand the challenges that the police officers face daily.

Participation in the Ormond Beach CPA program offers citizens the opportunity to explore the different aspects of law enforcement in a series of weekly educational sessions covering topics like Active Shooter Response, DUI Investigations, Traffic Investigations, Crime Scene Investigations, Patrol Operation and Criminal Investigations. By participating in the CPA program the citizen will gain a better sense of trust in their police department.

To sign up for the program please contact Officer Jay Brennan at (386) 676-3526 jay.brennan@ormondbeach.org or Officer Marianne Durkin at (386) 676-3553 marriane.durkin@ormondbeach.org

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