Police – Citizen Police Academy
WHAT IS A CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY?
The Beavercreek Police Department will be taking applications from Beavercreek residents who wish to participate in the Citizen Police Academy (CPA). The purpose of this program is to build a better understanding between citizens and the Police through education and cooperation. The CPA is not designed to, and does not, make participants certified police officers.
All classes will be taught by law enforcement professionals. The majority of instruction will be held at the Beavercreek Police Department, 1388 Research Park Drive. Classroom time includes presentations and information on (but not limited to) domestic violence, narcotics investigations, patrol functions, firearms safety and much more.
WHEN WILL CLASSES BE HELD?
The next class will be held in 2014. Specific dates will be announced when they become available.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
The requirements for participants are:
- Residents or business owners of the City of Beavercreek
- At least 18 years of age
- Arrest records will be evaluated on an individual basis
(Minor violations are excluded)
WHAT IS THE SELECTION PROCESS?
Upon receipt, the Beavercreek Police Department will review all applications to determine which applicants are best suited for participation in the Academy. All applications meeting the above criteria will be considered. The selection of participants is in the sole discretion of the Beavercreek Police Department and the Police Department reserves the right to disqualify, or to remove from participation, any person it, in its sole discretion, deems not appropriate for, or disruptive to, the Academy.
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For further information, Contact Sergeant Phil Wesseler at (937) 426-1225.