Reserve sheriff’s deputies academy

From staff and wire reports

April 15 at 8:00 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

LULING – The St. Charles Parish Sheriffs Office is now accepting applications for anyone interested in becoming a reserve deputy and applications are due prior to Tuesday, April 15.

To qualify for the reserve academy, applicants must be 21 years of age, have no criminal record, have good moral character and have received a high school diploma.

The reserve academy consists of 90 plus hours of training and will take approximately five months to complete. Classes will be conducted at the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Academy during weekday evening hours.

There will be at least four training sessions conducted on Saturdays. Training topics will include legal aspects, officer survival, police investigations, traffic services and patrol operations. The next reserve academy is scheduled to start on June 10.

Applications can be obtained from the Sheriff’s Office website at www.stcharlessheriff.org or by contacting the personnel department at (985) 783-6237.




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