The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is again partnering with the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association (MSA) and Training Academy to offer a 2nd Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy in Livingston County. The Police Academy will be a part time academy which means it will be spread out over about 10 months and is tentatively scheduled to begin August 02, 2016 and graduate June 08, 2017.
Certified law enforcement officers from Livingston County and surrounding areas in addition to prosecuting attorney(s) and juvenile officer(s) will be conducting the course instruction for the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association Training Academy. LCSO Chief Deputy Michael Claypole will again be the site coordinator and an instructor for the MSA Training Academy.
For more information or to complete an application you may call the MSA at 573-635-5925 and as for Donna or Gina, call Chief Deputy Claypole at 660-646-0515 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or go online to https://www.mosheriffs.com/ and click on “Training” and click on “Basic Peace Officer Academy” and complete your application.
This is a great opportunity to attend a Law Enforcement Academy without travelling long distances and without committing to a full time class 5 days per week. Consider a career in law enforcement.
Sheriff Steve Cox