Waynesville Civilian Police Academy


Lifestyles
Apr 25, 2013
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Participants in the Spring 2012 session of the Civilian Police Academy learn to dust for fingerprints.

The Waynesville Civilian Police Academy provides citizens the chance to understand the various aspects of the police department on a more personal level and gives them an opportunity to interact with the police force.

A wide range of topics are discussed during the eight-week class including department operations, uniform patrol, traffic services and investigations.

Attendees also get to meet the K-9 officers and take a trip to the firing range.

The academy will meet from 6:30 to 9 p.m. every Thursday for eight weeks starting April 4.

Those interested in attending the class must fill out an application, which is available during normal business hours at the Waynesville Police Department. They are also available for download online at www.waynesvillepd.com.

Applications must be turned in no later than March 26.

The class is free of charge and open to anyone 21 years old or older. Applicants are required to have a background check.

For more information contact the Records Clerk at 828-456-5363 or e-mail Mary Ford at mjford1978@hotmail.com.