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Graduation ceremony held for Altus Citizens Police Academy

ALTUS, OK (KSWO)- A graduation ceremony was held for those who attended the 3rd annual Altus Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy.

The 8-week course cover topics such as the structure of the police department, patrol tactics, legal process and courtroom testimony, criminal investigations and crime scene processing, emergency vehicle operations, firearms training, and demonstrations.

Members of the academy got an opportunity to get an inside look into the inner workings of the police department. They also met the officers who serve the citizens and community of Altus.

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