The class for students ages 8–11 is now full and no longer taking applicants. However, we still have openings for the ages 12–15 group.
Kids and teenagers who want to learn about real-life police work are invited to enroll in the City of O’Fallon’s new Junior Citizens Police Academy. The program will be taught by O’Fallon Police officers, and it will meet from 6–8 p.m. once a week for five weeks at the O'Fallon Justice Center. Students ages 8–11 will meet on Mondays starting June 4 (now full), and students ages 12–15 will meet on Tuesdays beginning June 5. Graduation for both sessions will be held on Monday, July 2.
Topics to be covered include:
- Patrol operations
- Crime scene investigations
- First Aid/EMS response
- Internet safety
- K-9 policing, including a demostration
Upon registering, parents will receive an informational packet and a T-shirt for their child. Class space is limited. The course cost is $30, and the deadline for submission is Sunday, April 1, or whenever the course is filled.
Class for ages 8–11 is now at capacity.
Classes will meet in the Training Room at the O'Fallon Justice Center, 1019 Bryan Road, except on July 2, when students from both sessions will meet at Civic Park, 400 Civic Park Drive.
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1019 Bryan Road, O'Fallon, MO 63366