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10500 47th Place West
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: 425.263.8100
Fax: 425-348-1275
Hours: 9:00am-4:30pm Monday-Friday

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Citizen's Police Academy

Session 10
Citizen's Academy Session Ten

The Mukilteo Police Department periodically conducts a Citizen's Police Academy. This eight week Citizen's Academy allows attendees to interact with Police Officers while they learn about the day-to-day operations of the Mukilteo Police Department. Classes meet for three hours one night per week, and are provided at no charge to attendees.

The next 2015 Citizen's Academy will be held September 17th thru November 5th each Thursday night from 6pm to 9pm.  Sign up now!



The typical Citizenís Academy curriculum includes instruction on:
Introduction to the Mukilteo Police Department
The work of the Patrol Officer
A Firearms demonstration
The work of the Traffic Unit
Detective Division/Crime Scene Forensics & Technology
Law & Criminal Procedures/Use of Force & Officer Safety
A visit to our Dispatch Center
Canine Demonstrations
Ride Along with a Patrol Officer
Graduation and Reception



Attendee's generally need to be either a resident or an owner or manager of a business enterprise within the city limits or the current urban growth area. If you are interested in attending follow this link to our Citizen's Academy Brochure/Application. When an Academy is scheduled the information is posted on the news section of this Website. For additional information you may contact the Mukilteo Police Department Crime Prevention Officer via, or via phone (425) 263-8100.

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