Ptown PD Community Oriented Policing Citizens Police Academy graduates

– On Tuesday, 10 community members graduated from the Provincetown Police Department Community Oriented Policing Citizens Police Academy. For the past 8 weeks these dedicated residents have attended class for 2-3 hours once a week, to learn from each other and to gain a better understanding of their police departments operations.

The program focuses on all aspects of police operations including patrol procedures, the court system, investigations and crime scene, evidence handling, community policing, law and procedures and the communications division. They also participated in a mock crime scene module, simulated impaired driving arrest and a cruiser ride a-long with members of our team.

Provincetown Police would like to congratulate all of the students who participated in this academy and graduated yesterday.

John Brady

David Ketchum

Andrea Lavenets

Richard Leavitt

Claudia Martin

Kathy Menangas

Jocelyn Myrhum

June Rathaus

Nikolay Velchev

Gordon Vintner

In addition, they are grateful to Board of Selectmen Chair Tom Donegan who took time out of his busy schedule to be part of our celebration.

Please look for another class in the fall.

Police Chief James Golden said “I would like to commend the efforts of the police department staff who participated in making this outreach a success, and express our thanks to all the department instructors: Sergeants Glenn Enos and Greg Hennick, Detective Rich Alves, Police Officers Kevan Spoor, Chris Landry, Kate Catanese, Telecommunicator Sarah Bartholomew and Community Service Officer Shannon Beloin.”
Media release and photo furnished by Provincetown Police
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Hyannis, MA 02601
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