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Week 1: Introduction and Overview of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office
Week 2: K9 and SWAT
Week 3: Deadly Force Policy and Intermediate Weapons
Week 4: Therapy Dogs and the CID (Community Intervention and Diversion Unit)
Week 5: Crime Scene Analysis
Week 6: Simulator, Scenarios, Stops and Approaches
Week 7: Simulator, Scenarios, Stops and Approaches
Week 8: Drug Awareness
Week 9: Debrief and Evaluations / Personal Safety
Week 10: Graduation
Two sessions are conducted each calendar year, one in the spring and one in the fall. Attendance is mandatory for graduation. You must be at least 18 years of age in order to apply. Seats are limited. All applicants are required to submit to a background check.
The Spring 2019 class is at full capacity. The Fall 2019 class will begin on Thursday evenings, August - October.
As a continued effort in building more cohesive relationships between law enforcement officers and the community, our graduates have the opportunity to attend community events and DUI Taskforce Checkpoints alongside our deputies.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office will not consider the application of any individual who;
To apply, complete the form below
Citizens Academy Form
Sgt. Joe Vince