Graduates of Precinct 4's 36th Citizen's Police Academy on graduation night, Oct. 9, 2018. (Courtesy photo)

HARRIS COUNTY — Constable Mark Herman hosted the graduation ceremony for 19 students of class number 36 of the Harris County Precinct Four Constable’s Office, Citizens Police Academy, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018.

After 10 weeks of dedicated class attendance covering subject matter from multiple aspects of law enforcement, the students celebrated their graduation with Herman and his staff.

“The Citizens Police Academy serves to build community relationships between our residents and the Harris County Precinct Four Constable’s Office, by introducing the attendees to the functions of the numerous divisions of the agency and providing the attendees with insight into the day to day operations and issues a police officer faces each shift,” said Herman.

Precinct 4 is currently accepting applications for the next Citizens Police Academy to begin in August 2019.

This course is offered free of charge to attendees. If you are interested in attending, please register early as attendance is granted on a first come, first serve basis.

To register for the class go to http://www.constablepct4.com/citizens-police-academy.html and complete the online application. If you have any questions regarding the Citizens Police Academy or requirements to attend please contact the Pct. 4 training division at 832-927-6112.

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