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Do you want to become more involved in the safety of your community? The Montgomery Police Department is offering citizens a chance to do just that. The Department is holding a signup for MPD's 2014 Citizens' Police Academy.

These sessions are presented by the department's Community Policing Bureau. In this academy Montgomery residents can learn about criminal and constitutional law, criminal investigations, k-9's and take part in patrol ride-alongs.

Participants must be a Montgomery resident, 21-years-old, pass a criminal background check and commit to attend weekly meetings. The Meetings are held on Tuesday's from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Classes start April 29 and end June 15.

For more information, please contact Sgt. Natasha Walker, 334-625-3838, 334-430-4116, or nwalker@montgomeryal.gov.

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