GOODYEAR, AZ - The Goodyear Police Department is offering teens an insider’s look at law enforcement through a one-week summer program.
The program is geared toward teens that may be interested in a career in criminal justice, according to a police press release.
The Teen Police Academy Training is for high school students 14 to 18 years of age.
A few of the topics of instruction include working mock crime scenes, firearms safety and training, criminal street gangs, SWAT, K9 and drug awareness.
The one-week program begins July 8 through July 12 and a second one runs from July 15-19.
Classes meet from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The cost is $50, which covers a police polo shirt, some lunches, fun day and the graduation ceremony.
Class size is limited to 30 participants and the deadline to register is June 1.
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