Ride-along with officers during Sierra Vista Citizen Police Academy program
June 8, 2014 - box office
Take a ride-along with officers, routine justification and learn to examine crimes during a12-week march offering for giveaway by a Sierra Vista Police Department.
The Citizen Police Academy gives civilians a glance during a work of Sierra Vista military officers.
Applications are being supposed for a 12-week academy, that starts Aug 6 and meets from 6 to 9 p.m. any Wednesday in a Sierra Vista Police Auditorium during a military station, 911 N. Coronado Drive. The academy is giveaway and open to anyone age 18 and older.
Students will debate a military hire and a animal caring center; accommodate K-9 officers and members of a tactical team; get hands-on unnatural weapons training; assistance with justification processing; observe 911 dispatchers responding puncture calls; and take a ride-along with military officers.
Students also will learn about trade collision investigations, squad activity, inherent law, detain and control techniques, drug investigations and DUI enforcement.
Applications contingency be perceived Jun 20 and category space is limited. Go to www.SierraVistaAZ.gov and hunt for “academy” for an online application, or collect adult a parcel from a front table during a military station.
For some-more information, call Molly Schmitt during 520-452-7500.