|Ret. Sgt. Chris Goshorn, Lt. Rich Whitford and Ofc. Sean Donelan. FTM file.|
Participating police agencies include Alexandria Police, Bellevue Police, Campbell County Police, Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, Cold Spring Police, Dayton Police, Fort Thomas Police, Highland Heights Police, Northern Kentucky University Police, Southgate Police and Wilder Police.
Classes will be held one evening a week for approximately 2.5 hours. Classes begin September 20th. Applications may be obtained and submitted to your local participating police department of follow this link:
"This is a great opportunity for both citizens and law enforcement to learn from each other," said Campbell County Sheriff Mike Jansen. "Past participants have stated to us that they have become more knowledgeable of the tasks that law enforcement officers must handle and perform on a daily basis."
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Applications can be sent by FAX to 859-292-3826 or Emailed to Sheriff@campbellcountyky.org
The Citizens Police Academy will be a twelve-week course that citizens can attend for learning about their local police departments and the criminal justice system. The meetings will be held at various participating police departments and will cover topics in areas of patrol functions, S.W.A.T., firearms, crime scene investigations, K-9 patrol, accident reconstruction, criminal investigations, the court system, communications and detention.