Sacto 9-1-1
February 15, 2012
Applications sought for Sacramento County law enforcement course

By Brad Branan

Interested in the world of law enforcement? Want to understand how the system works?

Sacramento County is offering a class taught by professionals in the system. The 2012 Citizens Academy is soliciting applications for the 10 week class. The academy, started by District Attorney Jan Scully, includes an introduction by Sacramento Police Chief Rick Braziel, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, and Scully.

Each week's class will take up different topics important to different parts of the criminal justice system. The class is free and meets each Tuesday at the police headquarters, 5770 Freeport Boulevard.

To apply, go to Questions: Stephanie Hofer at 916-874-7428

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