Have you always been interested in how our police departments are run? You can get the inside scoop and a sneak peek at what law enforcement does in our community. The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department recently announced they will have their 5th Annual Citizens Police Academy starting next month.

My husband and I went through this program a few years back and we highly recommend it! The Citizens Police Academy is a seven-week program. It will give you a working knowledge of the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department.

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This program not only lets you see the inside workings of the department but also increases the relationship between Texarkana citizens and the police officers who serve them.

The TAPD posted on their Facebook page:

We are ready to kick start 2022 into a great year with our Community. We are excited about sharing a day in the life of a police officer with you. Also, giving you a look into other instrument people that make our agency operate daily.

The classes start on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM and every Tuesday evening until Graduation from the academy on March 15.

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The classes will be held at the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department training room located in the Bi-State Justice Building at 100 North State Line Ave. in Downtown Texarkana

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During the classes, you will meet the Chief of Police, plus learn about crime prevention, critical incidents, major crimes, emergency communications, different scenario demonstrations, and more.

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The deadline to register is Friday, January 20. This is a free program so if you can please take advantage of it. You can find out more information by contacting Corporal Kelli Pilgreen at (903) 798-3560. You can also email him at kelly.pilgreen@txkusa.org

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