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Valparaiso Citizens’ Police Academy – Applications being accepted for the Citizens Police Academy

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Published on March 04, 2015 with No Comments

The Valparaiso Police Department is searching for community members who would like to learn more about the police department. The department’s annual Citizens’ Police Academy is currently accepting applications.

The Citizens’ Police Academy is designed for community members to meet officers, learn what officers do on a daily basis and become involved in their community. Topics featured in the academy include: investigations, Indiana law, daily traffic laws and enforcement, crash investigations and patrol division duties including many specialties within the patrol unit such as, K-9 presentations, bicycle team, taser usage and firearms scenarios.

The academy class will meet on every Tuesday, beginning on March 31 and will meet for eight weeks. Classes start at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday. Applications for the academy are available at the Valparaiso Police Department located at 355 S. Washington St. or online at www.valparaisopolice.org.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have their applications returned to the department by Friday March 20. Limited space is available.

Any questions regarding the Citizen’s Police Academy can be directed to Sgt. Michael Grennes by calling 219-462-2135 or by sending an e-mail to mgrennes@valpopd.com.

 

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The Valparaiso Police Department in 2010 initiated a Prescription Drug Drop Off program. The program was designed for community members to be able to properly and safely dispose of their many prescription medications. Every year since the beginning of the program the amount of prescription drugs disposed of has increased.

In 2014 a record 1,800 pounds of prescription drugs were dropped off at the Valparaiso Police Department for disposal. This brings the total amount of prescription drugs properly destroyed by the police department (since 2010) to nearly 6,000 pounds. This program keeps the prescription drugs out of the environment (water supplies, ect) but more importantly keeps prescription drugs out of the hands of individuals that could abuse the drugs, in many cases teenagers.

Individuals can drop off prescription drugs in the large blue box to the immediate right when you walk into the police station’s lobby. Drugs can be dropped off 24 hours a day, any day.

There are a few items that cannot be dropped off, they include inhalers and needles. Both items cause issues for police. Most major pharmacies will now also take old prescription drugs. Which may be more convenient for individuals, when you re-fill a new prescription, take your old prescriptions for disposal.

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