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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) –Thomasville Police officers are now taking applications for their annual Jr. Law Enforcement Academy.
The academy is open to teenagers with an interest in pursuing law enforcement as a career. During the week-long academy camp, students will get hands-on training in many aspects of police work.
They'll get a behind the scenes view of the SWAT team, GBI Bomb Squad and K9-unit. Students will even see a live taser-training seminar and do some target practice with paintballs.
The camp begins Monday June 19th. For more information, you can call the Thomasville Police Department at (229) 224-1102.
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