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      June 6, 2014 by SBPD Administrator2014 Summer Youth Program Starting Soon!

      ...Can police really do the cool stuff I see on T.V.?
      ...What do I do if I am a victim of a crime?
      ...How do you dust for finger prints, and how are they examined?
      ...Are you interested in a Law Enforcement Career?

      If you would like answers to these questions or others like them and you are going to be a freshman through a senior in high school, then the South Bend Police Department Youth Academy may be for you!

      The Youth Police Academy is a one (1) week long program held June 23rd – June 27th, 2014. Class size is limited to 30 participants and is free of charge. Some of the general topics discussed are:
      K-9, SWAT and the Bomb Disposal Unit
      Crime Scene Processing
      Narcotics Enforcement
      Patrol Operations
      And more.....!!!!

      Use the link below to get the .PDF with the Youth Program info, and an Application today.

      Youth Program Packet 2014

      *These documents require a .PDF reader to view and print.


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