West Richland and Benton County residents are looking for citizens interested in attending their citizens academies for the police and sheriff’s offices.
Citizens can learn about what it takes to be a cop and the inner workings of law enforcement agencies.
The sheriff’s office five-week academy starts April 14 and is in Kennewick at the county Health Department building. Class size is limited to 30.
Get an application on the sheriff’s office website or by sending a request to Detective Sgt. Kevin McCary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The West Richland academy starts on April 8 and will run for two months. The class is once a week and class size is limited to 20.
Applications can be picked up at the department at 3801 W. Van Giesen St. or on the city’s website.