Nearly two dozen students graduated from the first ever Albany police department's Teen Academy.
It's a five week course designed to teach young people about the daily functions of the police department.
They get to hear from officers, and learn about everything from gangs and drugs. Saturday's graduation was at the Law Enforcement center downtown.
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