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SNOHOMISH POLICE TO HOLD CITIZENS ACADEMY

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Published:08/05/2008 Police
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SNOHOMISH POLICE TO HOLD CITIZENS ACADEMY

Snohomish residents interested in learning more about what makes their Police Department work now have an opportunity to participate in a 10-week Citizens' Academy offered by the Snohomish Police Department.

The classes for Snohomish city residents will begin September 10th and run through November 12th. The group will meet every Wednesday, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., in the Harvey Room at Snohomish Fire District No. 4.

The Citizens Academy has been created to provide the public with a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of a Police Department. The City of Snohomish Police Department plans to teach the general public about law enforcement in their community. Although the Citizens' Academy is not intended to make police officers out of the public, those who attend will learn a great deal about all phases of law enforcement. They will be instructed by Snohomish Police officers in the following subjects:

  • Roll of City Government
  • Investigations, Gangs and DARE
  • CSI (Processing a Crime Scene)
  • Use of Force Issues
  • K-9 Patrol (Tracking and Narcotics)
  • Community Services (Animal Control, Parking, Citizens Patrol)
  • Traffic Stops (Collision Investigations, Use of Radar, DUI)
  • State RCW and City SMC Laws
  • Crime Prevention
  • Patrol Procedures

 

Interested citizens of Snohomish and residents of its Urban Growth Areas may apply by completing an application, which can be obtained by calling (360) 568-0888, visiting the Police Department at 230 Maple Ave., or visiting the City of Snohomish's website at www.ci.snohomish.wa.us. Questions concerning the Citizens' Academy should be addressed to Officer Brown at extension 239. Applications must be completed and turned in by Sept. 1, 2008.

 




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