Titusville Police Will Host Six-Week Citizen’s Police Academy Starting Nov. 30
By Space Coast Daily // October 31, 2017
unique opportunity to ride with police officers
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Titusville Police Department is hosting a Citizen’s Police Academy for community members who wish to further their partnerships with local law enforcement.
This six-week program is designed to allow citizen participation with the organization of the Titusville Police Department and to share the structure and operations of the various units that make up the Titusville Police Department.
This program includes a tour of the Titusville police facility as well as a unique opportunity to ride along with police officers during their shift.
“The citizen police academy is a great opportunity for us to showcase our department to our community in a way that provides a one on one atmosphere of learning and participation,” said Titusville Police Lt. Matt Demmon.
“We look forward to spending time with our citizens and showing them what we do on a day to day basis providing knowledge and understanding to the issues our community faces and how we can strengthen our commitment to providing teamwork within our community,” said Demmon.
The application deadline is November 14 and orientation for the academy is scheduled for November 30.
Applicants can apply and receive information and eligibility requirements by clicking the Citizens Police Academy link here, or may apply in person at Titusville Police Department Headquarters located at 1100 John Glenn Blvd. in Titusville.
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