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Due Date for Citizens Academy February 3rd

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The Great Falls Police Department is accepting applications for the Citizens Police Academy.

The Citizens Academy runs twice a year and the due date for applications is February 3rd. The start date for the 2014 spring academy is February 26th at the Great Falls Regional Training Center.

Participants must be 18 and older, a resident of Great Falls and have no past criminal history. This 12 week course aims to give citizens of Great Falls a glimpse at the training and life of a city police officer. Participants will meet twice a week on Wednesday evenings, from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. The Saturday afternoon session will be from 11 PM to 5 PM.

Applications for the Citizens Police Academy can be found here.

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