Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to be a Police Officer? Do you want to know more about the on-scene and behind-the-scenes operations of the Kerrville Police Department? If so, you should consider enrolling in our Citizen Police Academy.
The Citizen Police Academy is designed to give the Citizens of the city of Kerrville a working knowledge of the Kerrville Police Department. The course consists of eleven classes instructed by personnel from various divisions of the department. Although the course has a particular emphasis on patrol, it also covers many diverse topics such as Criminal Investigations, Evidence, Firearms, Traffic, S.O.U. and Communications. Each student will also be given the opportunity to ride with a patrol officer during a tour of duty.
The next class, which is offered FREE of charge, will meet once a week on Tuesday, from 6:00pm-9:00pm in the Training Room at the Kerrville Police Department at 429 Sidney Baker, beginning on February 1, 2011.
To attend the Kerrville Citizen Police Academy, you must meet certain criteria and complete the necessary application and release forms. A criminal history and background investigation will be conducted on each applicant. The applicant must be 18 years of age and live within the city limits of Kerrville, and not have been convicted of a Class B Misdemeanor or higher criminal offense.
After completing the course, applicants are invited be become members of the Police Department Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association.
You can print a copy of the application on line at www.kerrvillepd.org under Community Services or pick one up at the Duty Desk at the Kerrville Police Department, 429 Sidney Baker St, Kerrville, TX, 78028. You may also contact the Community Services Officer Paul Gonzales at 830-792-2745 for more information.
You will be notified if you have been selected to attend this or subsequent sessions.