Home News World DHS Community Police Academy #6

DHS Community Police Academy #6

The Desert Hot Springs Police Department will host a Community Police Academy from Monday February 6, 2012 to March 26, 2012. The free academy is open to residents of Desert Hot Springs and will meet on Monday night for eight weeks from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Applications are due by January 26, 2012. As class size is limited please submit your applications early. Applications can be obtained from the city web site at
www.cityofdhs.org, or at the Police Department lobby located at 65950 Pierson Blvd., Desert Hot Springs, CA. 92240.

The Academy is designed to provide residents with an overview of department operations and to continue to build on the strong relationships within the community. (Residents interested in becoming a Citizen on Patrol volunteer are required to attend.)

Any questions regarding this public service announcement should be directed to Community Resource Specialist Jim Knabb at the Desert Hot Springs Police Department.
Tel: (760) 329-2904 Ext. 340

Must Read

BROADWAY’S IDINA MENZEL DEBUTS AT LA’S GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE IN ‘SKINTIGHT”

For the last decade or so playwrights and artistic directors have been leading the charge toward change in what is being produced in America's...

Pet Adoption Can Be a Win for All

3 Ways Pet Adoption Can Be a Win for All Pet adoption improves – and sometimes saves – the lives of millions...

PLAYWRIGHT PETER SHAFFER’S POWERFUL TONY AWARD-WINNING DRAMA “AMADEUS” WOWS AUDIENCES AT NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE

English playwright Sir Peter Schaffer’s stunning 1979 Tony-winning play “Amadeus; went on to win the 1985 Motion Picture Academy Award Oscar along with seven...

SAN DIEGO’S OLD GLOBE THEATRE STAGES “ROMEO AND JULIET” THE WORLD’S GREATEST LOVE STORY

There have been many love stories written about the redemptive power of love in all its art forms: poems, songs, odes, sonnets, essays, novels, movies,...

SAN DIEGO’S OLD GLOBE THEATRE DELIVERS A DELIGHTFUL WINNING COMEDY ROMP

Silly is, as silly does, could easily be the subtitle following the name of the current comedy/farce romp "The Underpants," now on stage at...
%d bloggers like this: