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The Zionsville Police Department will again partner with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Zionsville and Zionsville Parks Department to reach out to the teens of Zionsville. The 10th annual Zionsville Police Department Teen Academy will take place June 4th though 8th 2018. Students will participate in classroom training followed by practical hands on skills to reinforce the lesson of the day and have the opportunity to interact with several police officers. Each day will conclude with a social activity for students and officers. You can view a gallery of past academies and activities online.
Purpose & Scope
The purpose of the academy is to allow teens to better understand police officers and to strengthen the relationship between the police department and the community. Officers will teach blocks of instruction on various topics such as:
Firearms training (simulated)
Special response team
Team building exercises
Use of K-9s
Zionsville Police Department tour
Students will have classroom instruction as well as practical “role play” training. The academy will conclude on June 8th with graduation where certificates will be presented to the participants.
For more information or to enroll in the Teen Academy, contact the Zionsville Police Department at 317-873-5967 or you can send an email to Captain Jeff Morris. Please check the related forms section on the upper right of this page for access to the 2019-11 Teen Academy Application and new 2019 Syllabus when they becomes available.
Completed application packets may be dropped off at the Police Department in person, faxed to 317-873-8026 or sent via email to Captain Morris.