Friday, December 30, 2011
Free citizens training offered in Seymour
Applications are currently being accepted for the 12-week program, which begins Jan. 11.
The program is free, and those interested will be subject to a background check.
Applications are available at the police station and must be returned before Jan. 9 to either the police station or Seymour Town Hall, 1 First St. The program is limited to 30 applicants, and Seymour residents will be given first priority. Applicants must be 18 or older to register.
Classes will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays at the police station, 11 Franklin St., and run until March 28.
Classes will be taught by Seymour police officers and guest speakers. Topics will include training for a career as a police officer; motor vehicle, juvenile and criminal law, drunk-driving enforcement, domestic violence, substance abuse, firearms training, the criminal justice system and more.
For more information, call Community Police Officer Sergio Desiderato at 203-881-7608.
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