APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 2016 WESTTOWN-EAST GOSHEN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT'S CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY
2014 Citizens Police Academy Class
Seated/Kneeling (L to R): Susan Goldstein, Pamela Liptrap, Maureen DeMaioribus, Sheila Kanter, Dolores Yanni, Donald Mackenzie, Joan Mackenzie. Standing (L toR): David Molnar, Cristiane Mathias-Kasehagen, Donna Dufoe, Caroline Barry, Ellinor Joseph (front), Paul McMilan (rear), Frank Yanni, Abby DiSciullo, Christopher Moore, Brendan McNamee, Tina Mussari, Anthony D'Antonio, Joy Vining-Crozier.
On November 20, 2014, The Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Department conducted a graduation ceromony for its Citizens Police Academy class. The ceremony was the culmination of a 12 week community policing program that enables citizens to have a better understanding of the operations of the police department and its officers. Additionally, the program seeks to give citizens a greater awareness and appreciation of the challenges and decisions faced by police officers on a daily basis.
Topics that were included in the program:
This year, 20 citizens participated in the 12 week program; the participants included 12 residents from East Goshen Township, 6 residents from Westtown Township, and 2 residents from West Goshen Township.
The members of the Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Department would like to thank all of this year's participants for their sincere interest. The Department had a wonderful time getting to know them and are already looking forward to next year's program.