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The Citizens Police Academy
Police Department in partnership with the Penn Hills Police
Department are now accepting applications for the 2017 Citizens
Police Academy – Spring Session class. Class size is
limited to twenty (20) students, with preference given to
Monroeville and Penn Hills residents.
attending the Citizens Police Academy will receive instruction
from representatives of the Monroeville and Penn
Hills Police Departments, as well as guest speakers from
the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office, Allegheny County
District Attorney’s Office Crime Lab Unit, and the Federal
Bureau of Investigation.
packages will be available beginning Wednesday, February 15,
2017 at the Monroeville and Penn Hills Police Departments
or they can be downloaded by clicking on the links below.
Please complete your application and other necessary paperwork/checks
as soon as possible to confirm your spot in this class. Many
local law enforcement agencies offer Citizens Police Academy
classes at various times throughout the year; however we believe
our program is very unique, offering students a chance to
drive an actual police car on a “skid pad,” and
to participate in live firearms training on a state-of-the-art
shooting range maintained by the Monroeville Police Department
and the FBI.
In order to attend the Citizens Police Academy you must be
at least eighteen years of age, have a valid Pennsylvania
driver’s license, and have no criminal history that
would preclude you from owning or possessing a firearm.
class will be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 7:00 PM
at the Monroeville Police Department.
For questions and/or additional information about the classes,
contact Monroeville Police at 412.856-3324 or visit the Penn
Hills Citizens Police Academy page.
Spring Class Schedule
For Citizens' Police Academy
For Criminal Record Check
For Release of Information form