By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> The Police Department is looking for a few good men and
women to join its upcoming Citizens Police Academy.
The seven-week program is designed for town residents interested in learning
about the inner workings of the Police Department. Through classroom discussion
and activities, participants will develop a deeper appreciation of law
enforcement, while opening the door to improved communication between police
offices and residents, according to Deputy Police Chief Paul Satkowski.
“We have received positive feedback from former participants of the Citizens
Academy,” Satkowski said. “This is a great program for the citizens to interact
and build a rapport with the officers. It also gives them a realization of what
officers deal with on a daily basis when they are protecting and serving their
community. It also lets them see where their precious tax dollars are being
utilized and what amount of resources is involved to keep the community
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