Kids and teenagers who want to learn about real-life police work are invited to enroll in the City of O’Fallon’s 2nd annual Junior Citizens Police Academy. The program will be taught by O’Fallon Police officers, and it will meet from 5–7 p.m. once a week for four weeks at the O'Fallon Justice Center. Students ages 8–11 will meet on Tuesdays starting June 4, and students ages 12–15 will meet on Thursdays beginning June 6. Graduation for both sessions will be held on Thursday, June 27. A parent/child orientation will take place on Saturday, June 1.
Topics to be covered include:
- Patrol operations
- Fitness and nutrition
- Police Department Career Pathways
- Crisis Intervention Response
- Tour of the Justice Center
Upon registering, parents will receive an informational packet with additional details. Class space is limited. The course cost is $30, and the deadline for submission is Sunday, April 1, or whenever the course is filled. Registration must be completed in person.
Get Directions to the O'Fallon Justice Center
1019 Bryan Road, O'Fallon, MO 63366