Brooklyn Park, MN (January 15, 2011) – Are you an immigrant or refugee who wants to learn more about police procedures and laws? Then you are a perfect candidate to attend our Spring 2011 New American’s Academy.
The classes will introduce new Americans to topics such as deportation rules, crime prevention, personal safety, fraud and understanding when to call 9-1-1. The academy is also the perfect chance for folks to learn who the police are, their role in society and when to call 9-1-1.
The Academy is free for everyone, but space is limited. The classes will take place from March 10 to April 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Village Creek Community Police Station, located at 7608 Brooklyn Blvd. in Brooklyn Park. To register call Robin Martinson at 763-493-8125, [email protected], or Monique Drier at 763-509-3265.
The Academy is a joint project sponsored by the Joint Community Partnership, the Brooklyn Park Police Department and the Brooklyn Center Police Department.