Tewksbury Looking for Participants in Citizen's Police Academy
The next Tewksbury Citizen Academy kicks off on April 3 and runs until graduation on May 22.
Tewksbury police officers lead the academy, which teaches residents about what officers do in their respective units, according to a press release by the Tewksbury Police Department.
Students will learn from officers, but the academy is also an opportunity for participants to offer ideas and solutions.
Topics in the eight-week course will include criminal law, criminal investigations, domestic violence, motor vehicle law, identity theft, Internet safety, and more.
The next Tewksbury Citizen's Academy kicks off on April 3 and runs through May 22 inside Tewksbury Police Department.
Classes take place from 7-9 p.m. every Thursday night with an optional course on May 29 from 5:30-9 p.m. called "Refuse to be a Victim."
For more information on the Tewksbury Citizen's Academy, call (978) 851-7373, Ext. 230, or visit the Tewksbury Police Department website.