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MIT Police Citizens Police Academy
Chief John DiFava, Lt. Al Pierce,Lt. Michael Assad, Det. Sgt. Mary Beth Riley, Det. Jay Perault, Sgt. Cheryl Vossmer, Officer David O'Connor, and Dermott Quinn (State Police)
Tue, Thu, Jan 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, 2, 05:30-07:30pm, Location TBA

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 21-Dec-2005
Limited to 40 participants.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)

The MIT Police Department Police Academy course is designed to increase communication, partnership and an understanding of what our department does and why. It is designed to be informative, interesting, and interactive, with instructors from MIT, State, and City of Cambridge police. The academy begins with a dynamic introduction by Director of Security and Campus Police Services, John DiFava, and other topics will include: Police Operations, First and Fourth Amendment, Community Policing and Crime Prevention, Computer Crimes, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crimes, and Emergency Preparedness.The academy will end with a graduation ceremony on Feb. 2, 2006. Attendance is mandatory in all classes to graduate. Exceptions will be granted on case-by-case bases. Limit 40 applicants, with wait list for further applicants.
Contact: Sgt. Cheryl Vossmer, W31-215, x3-9755, crimbite@mit.edu
Sponsor: Campus Police
Latest update: 06-Jan-2006

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