Time To Take An Inside Look Into The Amarillo Police Department
Are you curious about how the Amarillo Police Department operates? Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes and how officers perform their duties to keep the community safe? Well looks like the Amarillo Police Department is offering the Citizen and Student Police Academy from August 29th through mid-November, giving citizens a chance to peek into their world.
The main aim of the Citizen Police Academy is to bridge the gap between the police department and the residents of Amarillo and work towards building a stronger and safer Amarillo together.
It's an opportunity to delve into various aspects of law enforcement and community policing. They'll cover topics like departmental organization, and patrol division operations, and even offer fascinating demonstrations.
The academy will also touch on important subjects like crime prevention strategies, the School Liaison program, the workings of the criminal justice system, and even hands-on crime scene investigations. You'll even get to tour the Amarillo Emergency Communications Center and gain insight into the operations of the Narcotics Unit and SWAT team.
Attending the Citizen Police Academy will be completely free of charge, making it accessible to everyone. The classes will be held at the Jerry Neal Classroom on the 4th floor of the Amarillo Police Department. They've scheduled the program for Tuesday evenings from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, with a few Saturday morning sessions sprinkled in for good measure.
If you want to be a part of this unique opportunity, reach out to the APD Training & Personnel team at 806-378-9462. You can also drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to get all the details or kickstart your application process.
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