The O’Fallon Police Department graduated the latest Citizen Police Acadmey, session No. 5, on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The Academy is designed to give participants a realistic view of the day to day operations of public safety work by providing instruction, practical's and education on numerous topics. Participants experience 11 classes in an eight-week program to include learning and experiencing hands on training about: agency history and structure; police operations; patrol tactics; traffic stops and driving under the influence; current drug trends; general investigations; firearm training and simulato; response to resistance; CPR and AED training and certification; fire safety and demonstrations with firearms; presentations about the Major Case Squad; 9-1-1 communications; and, an eight-hour ride along with an officer. Special guests included St Clair Co. States Attorney Brendan Kelly, Asst. Attorney General Ella York, Greg Cueto, U. S. Attorney’s Office, Director Van Muschler SWIC Police Academy and Director David Hayes Southern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission. From left, front row, Tina Koch, Helen Smith, Lisa Bennion, Sharon Cheadle, Jennafer Purdy, Lindsey Lester-Brutscher, Sharon Foster, Kathy Rutledge, Sandra Taylor, and Linda Pixton. From left, back row, Capt. Mark Berry, Capt. James Cavins, 911 Operator Michelle Foster, Richard Van Etten, David Snyder, Robert Winkler, Sgt. Craig Koch, Jonas Patterson, Derek Hartman, Thomas Kazmierczak, Paull Cleary, David Scharven, David Taylor, Lt. Kirk Brueggeman, Lee Niehaus, Sgt. Michael Mojzis, Chris Pixton, EMS Supv. Kim Lamprecht, Chief Eric Van Hook, and Lt. Rob Schmidtke.
The O’Fallon Police Department graduated the latest Citizen Police Acadmey, session No. 5, on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The Academy is designed to give participants a realistic view of the day to day operations of public safety work by providing instruction, practical's and education on numerous topics. Participants experience 11 classes in an eight-week program to include learning and experiencing hands on training about: agency history and structure; police operations; patrol tactics; traffic stops and driving under the influence; current drug trends; general investigations; firearm training and simulato; response to resistance; CPR and AED training and certification; fire safety and demonstrations with firearms; presentations about the Major Case Squad; 9-1-1 communications; and, an eight-hour ride along with an officer. Special guests included St Clair Co. States Attorney Brendan Kelly, Asst. Attorney General Ella York, Greg Cueto, U. S. Attorney’s Office, Director Van Muschler SWIC Police Academy and Director David Hayes Southern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission. From left, front row, Tina Koch, Helen Smith, Lisa Bennion, Sharon Cheadle, Jennafer Purdy, Lindsey Lester-Brutscher, Sharon Foster, Kathy Rutledge, Sandra Taylor, and Linda Pixton. From left, back row, Capt. Mark Berry, Capt. James Cavins, 911 Operator Michelle Foster, Richard Van Etten, David Snyder, Robert Winkler, Sgt. Craig Koch, Jonas Patterson, Derek Hartman, Thomas Kazmierczak, Paull Cleary, David Scharven, David Taylor, Lt. Kirk Brueggeman, Lee Niehaus, Sgt. Michael Mojzis, Chris Pixton, EMS Supv. Kim Lamprecht, Chief Eric Van Hook, and Lt. Rob Schmidtke. Provided
The O’Fallon Police Department graduated the latest Citizen Police Acadmey, session No. 5, on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The Academy is designed to give participants a realistic view of the day to day operations of public safety work by providing instruction, practical's and education on numerous topics. Participants experience 11 classes in an eight-week program to include learning and experiencing hands on training about: agency history and structure; police operations; patrol tactics; traffic stops and driving under the influence; current drug trends; general investigations; firearm training and simulato; response to resistance; CPR and AED training and certification; fire safety and demonstrations with firearms; presentations about the Major Case Squad; 9-1-1 communications; and, an eight-hour ride along with an officer. Special guests included St Clair Co. States Attorney Brendan Kelly, Asst. Attorney General Ella York, Greg Cueto, U. S. Attorney’s Office, Director Van Muschler SWIC Police Academy and Director David Hayes Southern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission. From left, front row, Tina Koch, Helen Smith, Lisa Bennion, Sharon Cheadle, Jennafer Purdy, Lindsey Lester-Brutscher, Sharon Foster, Kathy Rutledge, Sandra Taylor, and Linda Pixton. From left, back row, Capt. Mark Berry, Capt. James Cavins, 911 Operator Michelle Foster, Richard Van Etten, David Snyder, Robert Winkler, Sgt. Craig Koch, Jonas Patterson, Derek Hartman, Thomas Kazmierczak, Paull Cleary, David Scharven, David Taylor, Lt. Kirk Brueggeman, Lee Niehaus, Sgt. Michael Mojzis, Chris Pixton, EMS Supv. Kim Lamprecht, Chief Eric Van Hook, and Lt. Rob Schmidtke. Provided

Naturalist and owl expert returns to O’Fallon Library Saturday

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