Citizen’s Police Academy for Fall 2013

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Citizen’s Police Academy for Fall 2013

The 24th session of the Halton Regional Police Service – Citizen’s Police Academy is scheduled to commence this Fall with a new online registration system.

Are you a community minded citizen who would like to learn more about the many aspects of policing in Halton? Would you like detailed insight into the Forensic Identification Unit, the Homicide Unit or the Tactical and Rescue Unit? Perhaps you are interested in learning more about the Collision Reconstruction Unit and are keen to discover more about fraud and identity theft prevention? Are you curious to know what it is really like to be a police officer or a civilian member?

If so, the Halton Regional Police Service has limited space available for the upcoming session of the Citizen’s Police Academy. This informative and innovative twelve week program takes place each Tuesday evening from 7:00 p.m., to 10:00 p.m., commencing September 17, until December 3, 2013.

Each week, participants are presented with exciting information about the various features of the Halton Regional Police Service. A sample of the areas covered include, traffic services, auxiliary policing, drugs, guns and gangs, recruiting, crisis negotiations, domestic violence investigations, use of force training and police communications.

This voluntary program is designed for anyone who wishes to supplement their knowledge of the Halton Regional Police Service, and policing practices in general. Preference is given to persons who live, work, or attend post secondary education, within the Halton region.

For additional information please visit www.haltonpolice.ca and click on the Community Policing banner, then Public Safety and Education. In the left margin, click on Citizen’s Police Academy and view the course curriculum and check-out past graduate’s comments and view-points. You will also find a link to our new online application form in this area. This page also provides some specific guidelines for applying and acceptance into the program.

For further information – please contact Sergeant Kim Hill, at (905) 825-4747, ext. 4901, or Wendy Gzechowski, at (905) 825-4747, ext. 5042.

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