Adams County Sheriff’s Office to host Citizen’s Academy
For the City Times
ADAMS COUNTY – The Adams County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting its Citizen’s Academy, beginning March 19 and running Thursdays for 10 weeks, 6-9 p.m.
The academy is open to anyone 18 years or older, who lives, works, or owns property in Adams County. The Citizen’s Academy offers community members an inside look at the Adams County Sheriff’s Office.
Participants get a hands-on introduction to the divisions of the Sheriff’s Office. The program includes a tour of the Adams County Jail and the Sheriff’s Office.
Participants of the academy will also have the opportunity to train with department equipment, observe demonstrations, learn about investigations, and see department K-9 demonstrations, Emergency Vehicle Operations and Control (EVOC), traffic stops, firearm simulation, and dispatch operations.
Successful applicants must pass a background check, and be able to attend all classes. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to choose individuals that will best represent the interests of the community and the Sheriff’s Office.
To apply, complete an online application at www.adamsso.com/adams-county-citizens-academy or pick one up at the Sheriff’s Office Administration Office. Deadline is March 6.
For any questions please contact Chief Deputy David Carlson at 608-339-3304.