Find out what it's really like to be behind the badge at citizen academyTime is running out to register for the Superior Police Department’s 11th annual Citizens’ Police Academy.
Time is running out to register for the Superior Police Department’s 11th annual Citizens’ Police Academy.
The eight-week, nine-session program begins March 21 and offers residents information on many law enforcement topics as well as hands-on class experience. Officers, evidence technicians, supervisors and detectives become teachers to give the community a better understanding of the true nature of police work.
The classes run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each Wednesday, with one session on a Saturday morning.
Candidates must complete an application, live or work in Superior and be at least 21 years old. They also must pass a basic background check and have no prior felony convictions or habitual violations.
The class is free but is limited to 25 participants. The application deadline is Friday.
Applications are available at the police department reception desk, online at www.ci.superior.wi.us/police, or call (715) 395-7450 to have one mailed to you.