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Fifth Citizen’s Police Academy Enrollment Now open

by Sgt. Matthew Waugh
September 17, 2018

Participants gain an understanding of police department responsibilities and the laws that govern it.

The Holliston Police Department has scheduled its fifth Citizen’s Police Academy for September 24th through November 12th.  The focus of this eight-week academy is to educate citizens about the Holliston Police Department, its organization, operations and role in the community.  Participants gain an understanding of police department responsibilities and the laws that govern it.  The concept of the Citizens Police Academy involves opening the Holliston Police Department to the public, and showing citizens exactly what we do and how we do it.  Given our commitment to the community and proactive problem solving, we see the Citizens Police Academy as an effective way of bringing law enforcement and the public together in an informal, educational forum

As a result, of attending, graduates of the Citizens Police Academy will be better equipped to assess safety issues and share with others their knowledge of law enforcement practices and policies.  Classes will be taught by members of the police department and other individuals in the criminal justice field.  This will be a hands-on, interactive, behind-the-scenes program taught by instructors who will share their unique perspective on law enforcement.  Topics covered will include: crime scene investigations, narcotics investigations, traffic crash investigations, traffic enforcement, use of force tactics, firearm simulator, and OUI detection and enforcement.  A police ride-along, which will be individually scheduled, will also be offered prior to graduation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

                        Sgt Matt  Waugh                                                                                                Sgt Jonathan Remkus

There is no cost to attend the Academy and it is open to all residents 17 and older.  Classes will be held Monday evenings, 5:30pm-8:30pm in the John E. Johnson Memorial Training Room at the police department.  Background checks are done on all applicants and unsuitable candidates need not apply.  Accepted applicants are expected to attend every class, as space is limited.  Those interested are asked to email Sergeant Matthew Waugh at Waugh@HollistonPolice.com or Sergeant Jonathan Remkus at Remkus@HollistonPolice.com.

 

Application form:

CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY APPLICATION

 

(Please type or print all information clearly)

 

 

Name:______________________________________________________________________

            Last Name First Name M.I.

 

Home Address:_______________________________________________________________

                        Number Street Apt #

 

                        _______________________________________________________________

                        Town State Zip Code

 

Telephone #:__________________________ _______________________________

                        Home/Cell                               Work

 

Occupation:___________________________ Employer:______________________________

 

Date Of Birth:_____________________ Social Security (Last 4 Only) #:_________________

 

Email address:__________________________________________________________________

 

Important Notice: A criminal records check/background investigation will be conducted on all applicants for the Citizens Police Academy. By signing below, you hereby grant the Holliston Police Department to conduct a criminal history records check/background investigation. The background check will be for Academy purposes and will be kept confidential.

 

Signature:____________________________ Date:___________________

 

PLEASE NOTE: Completed applications should be returned as soon as possible to: Sgt. Matthew Waugh at the Holliston Police Department – 550 Washington Street Holliston, MA 01746 or electronically to Waugh@HollistonPolice.com

 

Academy start date:     Monday September 24, 2018 – 5:30pm to 8:30pm (approx)

 

  • We anticipate running the academy for eight weeks with a graduation date of November 12th

 

 

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Comments (1)

Take the time from your busy schedule to attend this program. It is so worth it! I did several years ago and it was a great opportunity. The police officers that put this together do a great job & it creates a positive connection between the police & the community.

- Deb Moore | 9/17/18 7:45 AM

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