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Make a Difference in Your Community - Sign Up for Cary's Citizens Police Academy

Post Date:02/18/2020 5:24 PM
  • The Cary Police Department is conducting its 44th session of the Citizens Police Academy from March 18 to May 20 with classes meeting each Wednesday from 6-9 p.m.
  • The free, 10-week program covers topics such as criminal and constitutional law, patrol, youth services, DWI detection and domestic violence as well as a trip to the firing range.
  • Applications are available in person at the Cary Police Department, 120 Wilkinson Ave., or by email to wyatt.crabtree@townofcary.org.

 

CARY, NC – The Cary Police Department will conduct its 44th session of the Citizens Police Academy from March 18 through May 20 with classes meeting each Wednesday from 6-9 p.m.  The free, 10-week program covers topics such as criminal and constitutional law, patrol, criminal investigations, youth services, DWI detection and domestic violence, as well as a trip to the firing range. This class is a prerequisite for citizens interested in becoming members of the police department’s Citizens Assisting Police (CAP) Team. The application deadline is March 16. Enrollment is limited and participants must be age 18 or older to participate.

Applications are available in person at the Town of Cary Police Department, 120 Wilkinson Ave., or by email to wyatt.crabtree@townofcary.org. For more, watch UNC-TV’s NC Now segment on the program or visit www.townofcary.org.

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Primary Contacts

Sgt. Wyatt Crabtree, Professional Standards, (919) 380-4218

Deanna Hawkes, Public Safety Communications, (919) 462-3908

Resources

WUNC-TV Profiles Cary’s Citizens Police Academy

Citizens Police Academy

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