APD hosting introductory police academy for women


AURORA | Women interested in a career in law enforcement have several more days to apply for an introductory police academy the Aurora Police Department is holding in January.

The academy is specifically for women interested in a career in law enforcement and will be taught by female police instructors, according to APD. Topics covered will include the hiring process, fitness and safety skills.

Applications for the academy, which takes place January 7-8 at the City of Aurora Public Safety Training Center, are due by Friday, Dec. 9. Those interested must be at least 20 years old.

For more information, contact Officer Mary Fernandez at [email protected] or 303-326-8759.

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1 month ago

Ladies, do your due diligence before being drawn in by the lies and rose colored glasses of joining APD. Read everything going on within the department, and ask yourself if you want to be part of a department with so many problems. If you still decide to join APD, you will only have yourself to blame when you look back at the biggest mistake of your life. Every metro area department is hiring. Look at the other departments before making a bad life choice with APD.