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Along for the Ride | Learn About Law Enforcement
In this episode of Along for the Ride – a short video series by the Plymouth Police Department – Community Relations Officer Jim Long and Sgt. Angela Haseman discuss the ways residents can get involved and learn about law enforcement in Plymouth. Watch the video on YouTube.
Plymouth Police Explorers
Residents ages 14 to 20 who are curious about what it takes to be a police officer should consider the Police Explorer Program.
Explorers learn about many aspects of policing, including traffic stops, building searches, domestic intervention and accident investigations. Learn more.
Plymouth Police Reserves
Residents ages 20 and older who are pursuing a law enforcement career or looking for a way to give back to the community should consider joining the Plymouth Police Reserves.
Reserves assist the department in a number of ways, including park patrol, transports, service-related calls, security and traffic direction at city events. Learn more.
Public Safety Citizens Academy
Another great opportunity to get involved is the Public Safety Citizens Academy. The academy is a free, 36-hour course geared toward expanding public knowledge about the Plymouth Police and Fire departments.
Each week there is a new topic, including patrol operations, investigations, narcotics and police tactics. Participants also have the opportunity to go on a police ride-along. Learn more.