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Drury University's Law Enforcement Academy is accepting applications for its fall certification course. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
Drury University's Law Enforcement Academy is accepting applications for its fall certification course.
The course is for the post certification, class A license.
When students graduate next June, they'll be ready to seek employment with any agency in Missouri with a few exceptions.
Tony Bowers is director of the academy.
The classes begin October 30th and will take place evenings and weekends.
Bowers says the students will learn a wide range of skills.
Bowers says the course is open to anyone 19 years of age or older.
He says graduates will have viable job options when they graduate.
Information on the Drury University Law Enforcement Academy is available by calling 873-7542.