Fremont Police Citizen Academy Spring 2005
Pop quiz: What does this group of people have in common?
They all wanted to know more about police work and signed up for the 20th Fremont Police Citizen Academy.
This gallery contains a selection of photos taken on various occasions during the Citizen Academy. This is a free program offered by the Fremont Police for Fremont citizens and goes 12 weeks (one or two evenings) where one can get a realistic idea of what the Police actually does and how they work. Presentations by the different departments, e.g. Traffic, Patrol, K9, Detectives, SWAT, CSI, Narcotics, Jail, etc. with pictures, movies, speeches, demonstrations and more. We also got to ride along twice with a patrol officer and go to the Police shooting range one morning. Very interesting.
The complete collection of all the original images can be downloaded by clicking on this link. When prompted, select "Save" to download to your hard drive. It is a Zip file (compressed archive file), about 18 MB in size.
Now on to the photos. Enjoy!
Posing with the police motorcycle