Spokane Police Host Citizens Academy

Courses begin May 6

Kim Anderson, KAnderson@spokanepolice.org, 509.742.8100


Friday, April 10, 2015 at 12:07 p.m.


Spokane Police to offer “Citizens Academy” with courses held every Wednesday, May 6 – June 8. Participants will experience hands-on and virtual training and gain insights into police investigations, policy and procedure.

The Spokane Police Department will be hosting a Citizens Academy starting on Wednesday May 6th through June 3rd. The classes will be held every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.

The Spokane Police Department Citizens Academy provides participating community members with an inside look at the SPD and a working knowledge of the various aspects of law enforcement.

The Citizens Academy is free to attend, but spots are limited.

During the academy, students are introduced to police training (hands-on and virtual), operations and investigative procedures, special police units, etc. The Citizens Academy will culminate with a graduation ceremony with students will be awarded certificates of completion.

Classes will be held at the Spokane Police Academy, 2302 N. Waterworks St., Spokane WA 99212.

Sign up by contacting Kim Anderson at KAnderson@spokanepolice.org or calling 509.742.8100.



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