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Auburn Police Department Citizens Police Academy APPLICATION

Phillip L. Crowell Chief of Police Jason D. Moen Deputy Chief Rita P. Beaudry Office Manager

The Auburn Police Department will be holding a Citizens Police Academy starting Monday, March 2, 2009. This will be a ten week program consisting of one class each Monday from 6:00 to 8:30pm. All instructors are members of the law enforcement profession and will present material on the following topics (subject to change): BASIC PATROL FUNCTIONS USE OF FORCE (LETHAL, LESS THAN LETHAL) OUI DETECTION AND ENFORCEMENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE K-9 DEMONSTRATION DRUG ENFORCEMENT CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION and more The Citizens Police Academy is intended to be an overview of the Auburn Police Department’s functions and operations. Participants will not be trained as police officers. Class size is limited and will be filled on a first-come basis. Participants must attend at least eight classes to pass the Citizens Police Academy. A background check will be performed on ALL applicants. Applicants with felony convictions or extensive criminal backgrounds will not be accepted.


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I have read the above information and hereby grant my permission to the Auburn Police Department to conduct a background check for the terms and purposes of the Citizens Police Academy.



Please return your completed application to the Auburn Police Department 1 Minot Avenue, Auburn by February 25, 2009. If you have any questions, please contact Sergeant Anthony Harrington at (207) 333-6651 x6370 or Liz Allen, Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) Coordinator at (207) 333-6651 x2070. E-mail: or ONE MINOT AVENUE • AUBURN, MAINE • 04210 PHONE: 207.333-6650 • FAX: 207.782.2833

Citizens Police Academy Application  

Application for Auburn Police Departments Citizens Police Academy.