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    LCSO announces 32nd Citizens’ Police Academy

    The formation of the 32nd Citizens’ Police Academy will begin March 13.

    Members of the class will participate in training classes taught by Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office personnel. The classes provide an overview of all aspects of law enforcement within the agency. Members of the class may also have the option of participating in a ride-a-long with a deputy after completing the academy.

    The free sessions will be held at 7 p.m. each Wednesday from March 13 through May 22. Each session will be two-and-a-half hours in length. Class locations will be announced prior to the upcoming session.

    The classes are open to Loudoun County residents over the age of 18. To enroll in the Citizen’s Police Academy, contact Karen Lauzier at the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by call 703-737-8238, during normal business hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Enrollment is limited to 40 participants.

    This is the first of two Citizens’ Police Academies held by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office this year. The next session will be held in the fall of 2013.

    Comments

    This is a good opportunity for active citizens to better understand the complete mission of our hard-working sheriff’s deputies. These sessions equip HOA and other community leaders with the background to assist law enforcement in the security and well being of their neighborhoods.

    As our culturally diverse population gradually transitions from a rural to suburban locality, it is imperative that residents of Loudoun continue to seek out new means of instruction that promote a positive relationship between the community and local law enforcement.

    In this way we can ensure a strong bond is established between citizen and the county employees whose foremost responsibility is to maintain our much cherished community security.

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