Applications are being accepted for the spring session of the Community Police Academy, a free series of classes designed to increase public understanding of the police department. Classes will be held every Wednesday from 6 – 9 p.m. for 13 weeks at SeaTac City Hall, starting March 12. Together with Burien and SeaTac Police Services, a program was designed to increase the understanding between citizens and their Police Departments through public education. This is an unforgettable experience and it’s completely free for anyone who lives or works in the cities of Burien and SeaTac. Snacks are provided. Fill out an application and send it to:

CSO Nicki Maraulja 14905 6th Ave. SW Burien, WA 98166
The next Community Police Academy training will begin in March 12, 2014 at:
SeaTac City Hall 4800 S 188th Street SeaTac, Washington
To find out more information, please call (206) 296-3333. Benefits Graduates of the Community Police Academy come away with a much better understanding of the criminal justice system and an appreciation for the many challenges facing Law Enforcement in today’s society. This understanding will help citizens better assist officers. It will also increase the safety in their neighborhoods and community.
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