Registration Open For Cleveland PD Police Youth Academy Classes This Summer

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The Cleveland Police Department is having its third Youth Police Academy Classes for children ages nine through 14.

The police youth academy offers children the ability to see the city of Cleveland’s specialized units (K-9, SWAT, Bomb), meet detectives and crime scene investigators, as well as hear stories from many of the Cleveland Police Department officers about what they do.

All classes will be held at the Cleveland Police Services Building, 100 Church St. NE, from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided each day by local restaurants. 
 
1st Class: June 4 - 7 (ages 12-14)

2nd Class: June 18 - 20 (ages nine-14)

3rd Class: July 9 – July 12 (ages 12-14) 
 
Contact Sergeant Evie West (ewest@clevelandtn.gov) or Community Officer Jennifer Samples (jsamples@clevelandtn.gov) for an application or additional information. Applications must be submitted by April 13. 
  



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