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Atlanta Police Department Citizens Police Academy PSA

Have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes of the Atlanta Police Department? Then apply to be a part of the next class of the Atlanta Citizens Police Academy!

Have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes of the Atlanta Police Department?

Then apply to be a part of the next class of the Atlanta Citizens Police Academy!

For an application, contact us by phone at 404-546-7511 or send us an email at channula@atlantaga.gov

The deadline to apply is September 15, 2012.

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David Bottomley August 31, 2012 at 10:31 PM
I did this a few years ago and it was fun and educational. You meet some great people, learn about police procedures, try to solve a crime (a past crime), shoot some range pistols if you like and you even get a cool shirt that makes people think you're a cop. But don't push that or you may end up in jail academy.
John Wolfinger September 03, 2012 at 01:47 PM
I too went thru the Citizen's Police Academy with the highlights for me being able to control the robot that picks up "suspicious packages" and places them in the detonation chamber and doing ride-alongs with actual patrolling officers. The world looks a lot different when seen thru the windshield of a patrol car. It also dispels the notion that all crime labs look like the CSI tv versions - ours is far from that tv depiction The tour of our 911 call center is a great eye-opener too..
Jair Sweatman September 03, 2012 at 09:34 PM
I graduated from the Citizen's Police Academy in June at City Hall. The classes were very educational. I met some great people as well. I've signed up for the Fulton County Citizen's Court Watch Program this month. Then maybe the Citizen's Fire Academy later this year. AND IT'S ALL FREE!
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