Legion law enforcement academy

The American Legion Department of Wisconsin will sponsor a Law Enforcement Career Academy June 19-23 at Fort McCoy.

There is no cost to the participants other than they must provide their own transportation. It is open to all Wisconsin students between their Junior and senior years of high school.

The program will offer physical fitness, classroom instruction and hands on training. There will be a variety of topics covered such as criminal law, patrol procedures, traffic crash investigation, arrest techniques, evidence gathering, fire arms training just to mention a few.

The American Legion Department of Wisconsin will select, approve, and place students in the program. Currently the program will be limited to 40 students.

More information can be obtained at http://www.wilegion.org the home page will have more information under Department News NEW: WALLECA. Applicants can also call (608) 745-1090. Plymouth High School students can contact Sara Sandman, school counselor, for an information flyer.

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