* Classes are forming now and start on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 at 6:30 PM **
Would you like to know more about the police department that serves your community? Have you ever been curious about the police department and what it does?
Here is your chance to get an inside look at the South San Francisco Police Department, how it functions, how it trains its officers, what its values are, and what it offers the citizens of our community.
If you work or live in SSF and are interested, then we would like you to attend our “Citizens’ Police Academy” free of charge! Classes are two and a half hours long and run once a week for twelve weeks starting on Tuesday, September 10th and will run through December 10th (no class on Tuesday, November 26th).
Each class teaches a different aspect of police work that ranges from the hiring of officers, to SWAT team and K-9 team demonstrations, to firearms training in our own shooting range. Each class is unique, packed with information, and a lot of fun!
Requirements: Work or live in SSF (some exceptions may apply), be 18 years or older, free of any felony convictions, and have an interest in learning!
Classes in English begin soon and are limited to 25 people – call Corporal Elena Dominguez-Brennan for more information at (650) 829-3931 or by e-mail.