Hingham Police Department Announce Its 50th Citizens Academy
The Hingham Police Department will hold its 50th Citizen’s Police Academy for 10 weeks on Wednesdays from 6pm to 9pm tentatively starting April 1, 2015 (excluding school vacation week) at the Hingham Police Station. Some of the topics covered will be recruit training, patrol procedures, Dare Program/Drug Presentation, computer crimes/Internet safety, motor vehicle law, OUI presentation and domestic violence.
Also included will be a tour of the Plymouth County Jail, “Mock Trial” at Hingham District Court, Crime Scene Investigation, K9 Demonstration and vehicle extrication by the Hingham Fire Department.
All students offered a ride along with a Hingham Police Officer.
If interested, stop by the Hingham Police Department and fill out an application or download one from our website,www.hpd.org. Must be a Hingham resident or business owner, 16 years or older. If you have any questions, contact Lieutenant David Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sergeant Ryan O'Shea at email@example.com.
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
The Hingham Police Department is proud to again offer a RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) women's self defense class at the Hingham Senior center (next to Police Station). This class is free and not limited to only residents. It's open to women ages 15 and older.> The class schedule is February 14th-March 15th. it's from 10am-12pm (5 Saturdays). This is a 10 hour course with students required to go to all sessions.
Previous students welcome to return for some practice. If you're interested, please contact Officer Tom Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the RAD program, please visit their website http://www.rad-systems.com/.