The King County Sheriff’s Office – along with Burien and SeaTac Police – have designed a program to educate the Community about all the departments within the King County Sheriff’s Office. Students are given the opportunity to meet the K-9 dogs, go on Ride-Alongs with an Officer, see Bomb Squad exhibits and equipment, tour the 911 Communication Center, the SCORE facility, as well as get a “shot” at the Firearm Automated Training System…plus much, much more! Learn the role of a law enforcement Police Officer and about the criminal justice system. There is no charge for this academy. Students will attend twelve Wednesday evening classes, which includes a graduation with a certificate of completion and pictures with class members and Police staff. The next class will begin on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, and will be held from 6-9 p.m. at the SeaTac City Hall Council Chambers. The class size is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.. Apply online here:


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