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Investigative participation: Locals get taste of law enforcement in revival of Citizens Academy

12:23 PM, Oct. 30, 2013
During a simulated traffic stop outside the De Pere Police Department, police officer Joe Johnson talks to program volunteer Tony Giovannini, left, in his vehicle as participants in this year's De Pere Citizens Academy watch Wednesday night, Oct. 23.
During a simulated traffic stop outside the De Pere Police Department, police officer Joe Johnson talks to program volunteer Tony Giovannini, left, in his vehicle as participants in this year's De Pere Citizens Academy watch Wednesday night, Oct. 23.
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Residents in De Pere and those who work in the De Pere area had the opportunity the last couple months to see firsthand what it takes to be a police officer.

The De Pere Citizens Academy, an eight-week class held on Wednesday nights, was revived this year after being dormant since 2008.

The class is a way to bridge any gap the community may have with the police department, according to Jedd Bradley, De Pere police's community resource officer. ...

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