For Release: 04-28-2016
Prepared By: Sgt. Dyon Harper
Raytown Citizens Police Academy Featured in National Citizens Police Academy Association Newsletter
Chief Jim Lynch of the Raytown Police Department is pleased to announce the Raytown Citizens Police Academy was featured in the National Citizens Police Academy Association (NCPAA) Spring 2016 Newsletter. The NCPAA provides this newsletter to almost 300 members in the United States and Canada, as well as to other professional organizations. The NCPAA routinely provides news to Citizens Police Academy coordinators concerning trends, new developments, and training opportunities. The newsletter selects only a few of the many National Citizens Police Academies to feature in their In The Spotlight section.
The Raytown Citizens Police Academy, which has been held in the Fall since 2012, offers citizens the opportunity to learn more about the operations of the Raytown Police Department during the eight week, two and a half hour sessions on Wednesday nights. The Citizens Police Academy will be held in 2016 from September 7 through October 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Raytown Mid-Continent Public Library Meeting Room. For more information on how to register for the next Raytown Citizens Police Academy, please call Michelle in the Community Services Unit at 816-737-6018.