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Jemison Police Department will host third Citizens Academy

Published 3:28pm Thursday, January 10, 2013

“Going through some of the classes we hear different ideas or suggestions that help us learn different things we can build on in our department,” Fulmer said. “We take the opportunity to learn about the community as best as we can.”

Fulmer said anyone 18 and older could attend the Citizens Academy with two-hour classes each week.

Anyone interested in participating is invited to contact Deputy Police Chief Marc McMinn by calling 688-4491 ext. 314 or email

Fulmer said citizens can also stop by Jemison City Hall and pick up an application or print one out online at

“This is going to be informative as well as a lot of fun so we are excited about having it and invite anyone interested to participate,” Fulmer said.

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