Police in N. Fulton city accepting applications for citizen’s academy

Want to learn how police officers do their job?

If you’re a Roswell resident, here’s your chance.

The Roswell Citizen’s Police Academy is now accepting applications for its September class. Folks who are eligible to apply include only those who live or work in Roswell.

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Students in the academy will take a ride-along with a patrol officer, work with a firearms simulator, and see presentations from several divisions including SWAT, detectives, K-9, traffic enforcement officers and other specialty units.

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After graduation, students will get a certificate of completion and a Roswell Citizen’s Police Academy polo shirt. Roswell police say they often use graduates as volunteers at community events.

The class is free and applications must be submitted by Aug. 21. Class begins on Sept. 7.

For more information, visit Roswell’s website.

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