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    Class offers look at how police work

    By Times staff writer
    © St. Petersburg Times
    published January 11, 2002

    CLEARWATER -- Interested in learning how detectives investigate a homicide? Or what police officers face when they have to draw their weapon? Or how police dogs are trained?

    You can learn those answers and more at the Clearwater Police Department's Citizens Police Academy, a nine-week course that starts Jan. 23.

    The classes run from 6-9 p.m. every Wednesday until graduation. The academy is free and those who attend receive T-shirts and ball caps.

    Only 40 spots are available.

    To sign up, call Officer Carol Schmidt at 562-4167.

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