Loveland, Milford and Miami Township, Ohio – The police departments of Loveland, Milford, and Miami Township have partnered again to offer a Citizens Police Academy to residents.
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The Loveland Department wrote on their FaceBook Page, “Wow!! Week 2 did not disappoint!”
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The Academy traveled to Milford/Miami Township on week two to see the AirCare helicopter and flight crew.
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Sora’s Towing provided the location and cars during the Fire Departments’ life saving extrication demos.
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The participants wore the heavy and hot protective gear of firefighters and the departments demonstrated their skills and speed then challenged the participants to do the same.
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On opening night Loveland resident, Judge Heather Russell gave a presentation on domestic violence and the judicial system.
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This program provides an opportunity for citizens to learn about the operations of a police department and various aspects of what it is like to be a police officer. A lot of the training is hands on. Some of the training topics include: Police K-9, jail tour, narcotics, active shooter, a visit from Air Care and gun safety. Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years old and willing to submit to a background check.
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These photo are from the Loveland Police Department’s FaceBook page. Click on an image to see it full size.
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