The Ohio State University's Community Police Academy is no longer the best kept secret on campus thanks to Lantern reporter Jasmine Hilton who participated in the four-week course earlier this month. In an article published March 21, Hilton summarized what to expect quoting fellow classmates like Kilea White, a second-year in criminology and criminal justice
“We’re learning the insight into the job and more technicalities that you wouldn’t see on television.” White told The Lantern. “It’s the things that you don’t always see out in public.”
The Community Police Academy offers Ohio State students and faculty a behind-the-scenes look into a day in the life at the Ohio State University Police Division through a rigorous four-week training program on OSUPD policies and procedures held each semester.
Learn more about the Community Police Academy, or sign up online, by visiting dps.osu.edu/community-academy
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