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Public Safety News
City of Kemah
News Release
Friday, February 11, 2011

Kemah Citizens Police Academy

The Kemah Police Department and the Kemah Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association is excited to announce the forming of a new Citizens Police Academy Class.

The class will begin March 1 and meet every Tuesday night until May 24.  The classes will start at 7:00 PM and end at 9:00 PM.  Most classes will be conducted at City Hall. "This is an opportunity for a citizen to see what type of training, equipment and experiences our officers go through" said Chief Bill Kerber. "Plus you will get a chance to get to know many of the officers we currently have serving our community"   

For further information on the classes, contact Detective Wayne Lockett at 281-334-5414 or by email at
tlockett@kemah-tx.com. Detective Lockett will provide you with more details and what you can expect from the class. Applications are available  

This is a great way to see  ow your Police Department operates and get an insight to the inner workings of Law Enforcement, the Court System and Emergency Management. Sign up for your involvement now!!



Hitchcock Police Chief


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