Marion County Sheriff's Citizens Academy Back After 12 Years
There hasn't been a Marion County Sheriff's Citizens Academy and Partnership program for the past 12 years, but now the CAP program is back.
The program is a 14 week educational course that is free to anyone who want to take it.
Each week focuses on a different aspect of the agency, from equipment to policies.
After graduation, students will be offered a chance to get their concealed weapons license.
The class will be offered at two locations. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office will host a Tuesday evening class from 6-8 p.m. beginning March 5, 2013.
The class will be held at MCSO Central Operations, 3300 NW 10 Street, Ocala in the Multipurpose Conference Room.
To register for the class held at MCSO, contact Carolyn Fender at 352-368-3551 or CFender@marionso.com.
All students must complete the application form found on marionso.com.
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