Want to learn more how the Aurora Police Department and its officers function on a daily basis? Classes start on August 28th. The academy is in its 20th year. A wide variety of interactive topics will be discussed.
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ACCEPTED FOR CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY|
The Aurora Police Department is accepting applications for the fall session of its Citizen Police Academy which will run for 10 consecutive Thursdays, beginning August 28.
The academy is in its 20th year and allows Aurora residents and business owners the chance to learn how the police department and its officers function on a daily basis by exploring a wide variety of interactive topics. The difference between criminal and civil law, gang and drug awareness, investigations, and juvenile law are among the subjects taught. Participants also engage in practical exercises that cover building searches, crime scene processing, and traffic stops. All instructors in the CPA are Aurora Police Officers and the academy is free of charge.
Classes meet every Thursday night from 6 to 9 p.m., at the Aurora Police Department Headquarters, 1200 E. Indian Trail. Interested applicants must submit to a background check which makes pre-registration a must. Participants must be at least 21 years old and live or work in the City of Aurora; or own property within the city limits.
Seating is limited. Applications are available at the front desk of the police department or they can be downloaded by clicking on the police department tab on the City of Aurora website at www.aurora-il.org. For questions and information, call (630) 256-5342 or (630) 256-5385. Deadline to register is August 21