North Santa Rosa

Sheriff Offers a Citizen Law Enforcement Class in August 2012


Sheriff Wendell Hall has invited another group of Santa Rosa County citizens to learn first hand what the life of a law enforcement and detention deputy is like. Forty citizens are meeting every Thursday night from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM for a period of twelve weeks covering a variety of interesting topics.

The purpose of the class is to teach citizens about the problems of modern law enforcement today and how citizens can play an integral role in the criminal justice system. The students are being exposed to such topics as jail operations, property and evidence, field training, K-9 operations, officer equipment, patrol operations, DUI enforcement, intoxilizers, sexual investigations, crime scene, search and seizure, meth labs and narcotics, SWAT operations and intermediate weapons to include such things as Tasers, OC spray, control sticks, and defensive tactics.

Students will have an opportunity to fire several weapons on the agency’s gun range. The next scheduled class will be held on August 23, 30, September 6, 13, 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25, and November 1, 8 2012. If you’re interested in joining us please download the CLEAApplication_000  and send it to the address noted on the form. For photos of the last class please click here. Light refreshments are served.

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