The Kirtland Regional Policy Academy (KRPA) recently recognized its 45th graduating class. Eight academy cadets were joined by family, friends and staff at the Kirtland Grayling Community Center to honor both group and individual accomplishments. Before receiving individual awards and diplomas, cadets and guests listened to speakers Tom Grace, KRPA Director, True North licensed counselor […]
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The Kirtland Regional Policy Academy (KRPA) recently recognized its 43rd graduating class. The 18 academy cadets were joined by family, friends and staff at the Kirtland Center for Performing Arts to honor both group and individual accomplishments. Before receiving individual awards and diplomas, cadets and guests listened to speakers Tom Grace, KRPA Director, Michigan State […]
Our police academy cadets get it right 100 percent of the time. We’re not exaggerating; the pass rate for our police academy is perfect. If you’re wondering whether or not you have what it takes to become a police officer, trust Kirtland to help you figure it out.
First, you’ll need to be accepted into the police academy.
Since public safety officers don’t know exactly what they’ll find when they come upon a scene, consider this process your first test.
Public safety officers and emergency responders don’t always know what they’ll be facing when they rush to a scene. When you apply for, get accepted into, and do well in our academy, you’ll need to show what you’re made of right from the get go.
You’ll participate in intensive, disciplined, military-style training as a cadet. Once you are accepted into the academy, you’ll be following a strict code of conduct so gear up to kick your self-discipline into high gear. Kirtland’s Regional Police Academy will give you the physical and mental training you’ll need to be a professional law enforcement officer.
Kirtland Community College’s Public Safety Office is offering a two-part course in firearms safety and concealed pistol license (CPL) training to members of the public on February 22 and 23, 2013. The course fee is $125 per person and includes ammunition for 9mm, .40 and .45-caliber weapons. A senior citizen discount is available to anyone […]