Now accepting applications for class to run May 6 to July 29, 2014
The Henderson Police Department is now accepting applications for the upcoming 13-week Citizens' Academy to give residents a unique insight into the life and training of a Henderson Police officer. The application deadline is April 10. The class meets each Tuesday from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Main Station at 223 Lead Street.
How To Apply
Applications can be picked up at the Main Station at 223 Lead Street, the Green Valley Substation at 300 S. Green Valley Parkway or the North Subtation at 225 E. Sunset Road. The application can also be downloaded. For more information regarding the next class please call (702) 267-4850.
The goal of the Citizens' Academy is to build a bridge between the
citizens and the police department that serves them. During the 13-week
program, citizens experience a condensed version of the actual police
academy. The Citizens' Academy meets one
night a week for 3 hours. The participants are given a dress code and a strict
attendance requirement; no one is permitted to miss more than two classes. Graduates
of this program gain a unique insight into the life and training of a law enforcement
officer. Some topics are as follows:
The program has been very popular and we anticipate the class filling up fast. There are three Citizens' Academies annually.
All applicants must live or work in the city of Henderson, be at least 18 years of age, and have no felony, gross misdemeanor, or misdemeanor convictions.