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$35, Maumee residents can attend an 8-week course that gives them a hands-on
look at what the Maumee Police experience on a daily basis.
citizens' police academy starts next week. Everything from gun training to
special response team drills will be covered, and there will be presentations
from judges and the county coroner.
class starts Tuesday, Sept. 17 and runs every Tuesday from 6-10 p.m. until Nov.
Maumee Police Department only holds the citizens' academy every 2-3 years when
there is a need. There are already about 40 people registered for this year's
TJ Stratton says the program has been a huge success, and it's a good way for
the public to learn about the police, and vice versa.
think that most people don't know a lot about the police," he said. "They see a
shiny car and they see a uniform, maybe they've been pulled over for a traffic
infraction some time, but they don't really know what we're all about. This
gives them that inside as to what we do and how we do it, and it puts us on a
much more even playing field."
sign up for the academy, call Sgt. Stratton at 419-897-7017.