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Citizen's Police Academy
Citizen Academy
The goals of the Citizen's Police Academy are to foster a better understanding between the police and citizens, by providing a medium for citizens to gain insight into why police do the things they do when working the streets. Citizens will gain a better understanding of the situations police officers face on a day-to-day basis and get a chance to walk in the officers' shoes with this interactive "hands on" approach to learning.

The Lone Tree Citizen's Police Academy brings police officers and citizens together in three hour sessions, for ten weeks; the purpose of which is to help citizens gain a greater understanding of what it is like to work as a police officer and the training that officers receive.

The Lone Tree Citizen's Police Academy educates and encourages citizens to become active in keeping Lone Tree safe, by volunteering through Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch, or Volunteers in Police Services.

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Would you like to:
  • Get to know your police officers?
  • Drive a police car?
  • Shoot a qualifying course at a police shooting range?
  • Search a building for bad guys?
  • Investigate a mock crime scene?
  • Learn about SWAT?
  • See a K-9 demonstration?
  • Learn how to collect finger prints?
  • Learn about gun shot residue?
  • Learn ballistics?
  • Learn traffic accident investigation?

Each applicant must complete an application and a release of liability in its entirety. The forms must be returned in person and a valid photo id must be presented to the Lone Tree Police Department. Each applicant must pass a criminal background check prior to the start of the academy. All citizen participants must be at least 18 years of age. Contact Officer Jason Rogers at 720-509-1189 for additional information. 

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Administrative Office, 9220 Kimmer Dr., Suite 100, Lone Tree, Colorado 80124