FREEHOLD – Sheriff Shaun Golden is offering high school aged students in Monmouth County the opportunity to learn about the duties of law enforcement professionals through a five session Law Enforcement Mini Academy.
“This is a great experience for our youths with an interest in law enforcement, since it allows them to explore possibilities in the profession,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden. “The valuable opportunity will provide insight into what it takes to become a public safety professional and may help produce future law enforcement leaders of tomorrow.”
The Law Enforcement Mini-Academy will take place on Thursday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m. on May 11, 18 and 25 and June 1 and 8 at the Monmouth County Police Academy in Freehold.
Topics include Law Enforcement Background Check, Importance of Fitness in Public Safety, Risks and Dangers of Online Activity, Gang Awareness, Emergency Response Team Operations, Emergency Equipment Display, Sheriff’s Public Safety Center Event, Drill and Ceremony.
To download an application, please visit mcsonj.org/community-outreach/law-enforcement-mini-academy or contact Undersheriff Ted Freeman at 732-431-6400, ext. 1110.