The Atlanta Police Department Citizens Police Academy
Our mission: To educate the citizens of Atlanta with the
operation of their Police Department while obtaining valuable feedback from
those citizen’s to enhance police/ community relations.
The Citizens Police Academy will include
dynamic instruction taught in three hour sessions.
Participation in the Academy requires a commitment of one
night a week for a seven week period.
Classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 9pm, beginning
August 1, 2011.
Overview of Course:
of the Police Department
to be a Victim Seminar
of the E-911 Center and many other topic
How are participants selected?
The Atlanta Police Department strives to reflect a diverse
group of participants. Applicants will be evaluated and notified when they are
selected to participate.
Potential candidates for the Citizens Police Academy should
meet, but are not limited to the following criteria.
v Be a resident of
the metropolitan Atlanta area
v Minimum age of 21
v No felony
v No misdemeanor
convictions within one year of application
v Reliable weekly transportation
of the application, consent forms and a waiver form, a standard
background check will be completed. Applicants for the Academy will be
disqualified from attending if they have been arrested for any violent crime or
any crime that by nature is deemed counterproductive to the spirit and goals of
the training program
How Do I Apply?
any of the following:
Community Liaison Unit Representative (COPS)
Chad Hannula at (404) 546-7511 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lieutenant Adam Lee III at (404) 209-5250 or email: email@example.com
Unless otherwise specified, the Citizen’s Police
Academy will be held at:
Herbert T. Jenkins Atlanta Police Academy
180 Southside Industrial Parkway
Atlanta GA 30354
Major T. Quiller
Atlanta Police Department
Zone One Commander