The Chattanooga Police Department is inviting citizens to learn more about the justice system with its Citizens' Police Academy.
The eight-week course starts Sept. 5 and covers topics ranging from narcotics to patrol to the SWAT team.
Those interested in signing up should contact Officer Wayne Jefferson at 423-643-5090, or email him at email@example.com. Approximately 25 seats are available for the next class.
All applications must be returned to the Office of Community Outreach by Aug. 20.
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