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Applications open for 2017 Citizens' Academy


Applications are now being accepted by the Marysville Police Department for the Citizens’ Academy getting underway Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017.

Academy classes are held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on 12 consecutive Thursday nights. These classes cover almost every facet of law enforcement including criminal law, patrol procedures, traffic enforcement, drug recognition, the investigative process, K-9 patrol, and ride-a-longs with a patrol officer.

The most important benefit of these classes is the interaction and information exchanged that occurs between the students and the many officers involved in the training.

The Police Department seeks interested individuals for our next academy session.  Application is open to people and 18 years and older who live, work or attend school in the city of Marysville. There is no cost.  

Get an application here or at the Police Department, 1635 Grove St. Applications must be received by Jan. 20, 2017.  

For more information please contact Commander Wendy Wade (360-363-8322 or wwade@marysvillewa.gov) or Officer Stacey Dreyer (360-363-8300 or sdreyer@marysvillewa.gov).

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