The Collin County Sheriff's Office offers a Citizens Academy to residents 18 and older who work or reside in Collin County, that are interested in learning more about law enforcement operations and the Collin County Sheriff's Office internal processes. The classes will start on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 6:00 pm. The basic goal of the Citizens Academy is to improve law enforcement/community relations through a formalized educational process.
The Citizens Academy will present a wide range of topical training subjects condensed from the standard training curriculum of sheriff's deputies. By presenting this program, we hope to provide a broad educational experience which will acquaint attending citizens with the mission of sheriff's personnel and the requirements of law to which officers must conform while carrying out their prescribed duties.
The Academy will consist of 13 weeks of sessions that meet once a week, on Monday evenings, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Each week will feature a different aspect of the Sheriff's Office, including tours of the award-winning detention facility, demonstrations by the tactical team, dive team and K-9 unit. The classes will be held at the Collin County Sheriff's Office, located at 4300 Community Avenue McKinney, TX 75071, in the training classroom.
The participants will represent a cross-section of the Collin County community. The long range benefit of the interaction that will take place during the academy is a better Collin County for all citizens.