Georgetown police plan day of officer training

November 9, 2018 by  

One of Georgetown’s first responders is in need of a helping hand himself, and the local law enforcement community has come up with a fundraising idea that will also help to build a better police force.

The ‘Dynamics of Officer and Citizen Encounters’ course is being offered at a reduced rate to its officers. All of the monies raised will be donated to Lt. Craig Murray and his family to help them meet the expenses he has incurred during his battle with pancreatic cancer.

The police officers who participate in the training will walk away with a better understanding of how they can ensure their interactions with the public are both positive and professional, while at the same time protecting their own safety. The learning will involve case studies, video analysis, and discussion, and the class size is limited so that all of the students can be fully engaged in the training.

Anyone who is interested in registering for this day of learning can do so for $99 each. Manuals, handouts, visual learning aids, and promotional pens are just a few of the items that can be produced for a function like this by an area printer.

December 10 has been chosen as the date for this event. Those who register are asked to arrive at 3500 D.B. Wood Road by no later than 8:00 am.