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Duluth's Citizen Police Academy seeks applicants

The Duluth Police Department is calling for more people to participate in 2022's Citizen Police Academy.

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Duluth Police Departments' 2022 Citizen Police Academy offers residents in-field and classroom instruction on a variety of tactics, operations, demonstrations and divisions.

In a news release, Police Chief Mike Tusken said the program allows residents to take a peek into the department's world.

“The CPA helps build relationships, allows citizens a better opportunity to understand certain operations and divisions," Tusken said. "There will be multiple opportunities for questions to gain a better understanding of Duluth Police practices and procedures, and the reasons for them. Our goal is to unite our citizens and police officers as we work together to create a safe Duluth for all."

In the release, Tusken said the department is monitoring COVID-19 trends in order to ensure participant safety.

To sign up, visit duluthmn.gov/police/citizen-opportunities/citizen-police-academy.

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