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Citizens Police Academy
2014 Academy Information
When:  Beginning on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, every Tuesday from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 
Where:  Lilburn Police Department, 76 Main St., Lilburn, GA.  
How to apply:  Applications can be downloaded online or a copy can be picked up in the Lilburn Police Department lobby.
Application deadline:  January 31, 2014, at 5:00 p.m.  
Questions:  Sgt. Tim Allen, 770-279-3712,

Description of the Academy
The Lilburn Police Department Citizens Police Academy (CPA) is a 10-week program that meets once a week on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This program is designed to provide members of the Lilburn community with additional knowledge about their police department. It allows citizens of Lilburn to become more educated on Lilburn Police Department procedures and the pressures associated with law enforcement. We seek and invite applicants from a diverse group of people who either live in or work in the City of Lilburn. There is no cost to attend the Citizen Police Academy.

The purpose of the Lilburn Police CPA is to accomplish three goals:
To educate community members in Lilburn Police Department procedures and the pressures associated with law enforcement
To allow the citizens of Lilburn to meet the men and women who serve them
To provide Lilburn Police Department officers the opportunity to meet and hear from the citizens they serve.

Presentations consist of lectures, demonstrations, videos, computer presentations, and "hands on" participation. Each participant is given the opportunity to ride with an officer for one shift. Lilburn Police Department CPA members are given a realistic view of the Department. 

Topics presented include:
Community Policing
"Meet the Chief"
Gwinnett County Jail Tour
Laws of Arrest
Search and Seizure
Gwinnett County Communications Tour
Internal Affairs
Criminal Investigations
Crime Scene Processing and Forensics
Patrol Operations
K-9 Demonstration
Special Operations (Traffic, Motor Unit, Bike Patrol and CSU)
Use of Force Training
Traffic Stops
Ride-A-Long Program

Who Can Apply? 
Must be at least 21 years of age
Preference given to those who work or live within the city limits of Lilburn
Must have no prior Felony arrest
Must have no misdemeanor arrest within the last three years of application
Must be able to attend 9 of the 10 classes
Must possess a valid Georgia Driver’s License
Must sign ALL consent and waiver forms