The Statesville Police Department is accepting applications for the 2018 Citizens Police Academy.
Thursdays, Sept. 20 – Nov. 8 (eight weeks)
6-9 p.m.
Statesville Police Department, 330 S. Tradd St.

The goal of the eight-week program is to increase community understanding of police services and to inform interested citizens of the career opportunities available at the Statesville Police Department. The blocks of instruction are designed to help participants better understand police functions. There will also be an opportunity for participant feedback, which will enable the SPD to better serve the community. 

Click here for more information and an application.

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