Provincetown Police are interested in holding a Community-Oriented Policing Citizens Police Academy

PROVINCETOWN – Provincetown Police want you to know that the department is interested in hosting a Community-Oriented Policing Citizens Police Academy.

The department is soliciting your input for participation in their fourth citizen’s police academy.

Some of the topics that will be covered include a history of the police department, our police officer’s daily roles and responsibilities, principles of policing, an overview of Massachusetts General Laws, the court system, arrest procedures, a mock crime scene, a mock OUI  and many other numerous topics.

This course should run approximately 8 weeks in order to cover all of the material.

At this point, the hours of the class and day of the week it is held, would all be done by consensus of the participants.

If this academy sounds like something that you are interested in then please let PPD know!

If anyone has any questions please contact Officer Kevan Spoor at 508-487-1212, ext 335.

Provincetown Police hope to see you all in class!
Media release furnished by Provincetown Police

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