Freeport Police Department Honor Civilian Police Academy Class

Freeport, Illinois — Freeport Police announced that on May 10, 2017 the spring session of the Freeport Police Department Civilian Police Academy came to a close with a ceremony at the Freeport Public Library.

The Civilian Police Academy is a ten week program designed and presented by members of the Police Department. The goal of the Civilian Police Academy is to inform, educate and introduce law enforcement topics to members of the community.

Freeport Police said they thank all the participants, guests, and presenters for their dedication and commitment. They remind the community that the Civilian Police Academy is important because it allows the representatives of the Freeport Police Department to educate the public, as well as share information and knowledge. At the same time, they are able to learn more about the community they serve through interaction and conversation.

If you or someone you know is interested in participating in the upcoming CPA class scheduled for the fall of 2017, feel free to contact Officer Chris Fidecki via email at cfidecki@freeportpd.com.

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