Community Police Academy
The Community Police Academy is back on for Spring 2017! We will be starting the course Thursday, April 6th from 5:15 pm-7:15 pm. There is a cap of 30 students for the class so sign up now!
If you would like more information, please see below, or email Officer Nathaniel Calhoun at email@example.com.
Officer Nathaniel Calhoun
When: April 6 - June 8, 2017
Time: 5:15 PM to 7:15 PM
Where: UC Santa Cruz Police Department
Application Deadline: First Week of Community Academy
Are you interested in learning more about the UC Santa Cruz Police Department and our community? We offer a free, nine week Community Academy three times per year to inform our community about:
- Community and Police Relationships
- Defensive Tactics
- Lethal Weapons
- High Speed Chases
- High Risk Stops
- Shoot or Don't Shoot Scenarios
- Community Oriented Policing
If you are interested and wish to apply, please complete the academy application form and mail it to the UCSC Police Department, attention: Officer Nathaniel Calhoun. The application form can be downloaded here or you may email firstname.lastname@example.org. Enrollment is open to all UC Santa Cruz students, staff, faculty and citizens in the community who wish to learn more about law enforcement on campus. UC Santa Cruz students may be able to receive academic credit for full attendance.
There are no special requirements for taking the course, but UC Santa Cruz Police requires that each candidate be screened with a Livescan background check. We reserve the right to refuse any candidate.
Those seeking academic accommodations please review the following information:
UC Santa Cruz is committed to creating an academic environment that supports its diverse student body. If you are a student with a disability who requires accommodations to achieve equal access in this course, please submit your Accommodation Authorization Letter from the Disability Resource Center (DRC) to Chief Oweis or designee by appointment, preferably within the first two weeks of the quarter. At that time, Chief Oweis or designee will also like to discuss ways we can ensure your full participation in the course. We encourage all students who may benefit from learning more about DRC services to contact DRC by phone at 831-459-2089 or by email at email@example.com.
Disability-related information and affiliation with the DRC are confidential matters protected by FERPA guidelines. Please keep DRC letters confidential and do not identify DRC students or acknowledge individual requests for accommodations in public.
A significant number of DRC students require course materials in alternate formats. Students with print disabilities require texts in Braille, large print, electronic and/or audio formats. Students who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing require closed-captioning on all course video content. Blind students require image descriptions. The DRC will support you in creating access to materials. The DRC needs at least two weeks to create these materials.
Chief Oweis or designee will arrange or administer exam/assignment arrangements for students who have testing accommodations. (http://drc.ucsc.edu/faculty-and-staff/fac-staff-overview/providing-accommodations/exam-accommodations.html)