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For a second year, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s Community Engagement and Outreach Bureau will host a free academy program for middle school students. 

Youth will have an opportunity to learn about various jobs and functions within IMPD, participate in hands-on activities such as CSI/ Crime lab investigations, conflict resolution and more during the week-long program. The goal is to bridge the gap between law enforcement and youth while fostering relationships. 

The program will begin on Monday June 26 and will conclude June 30 with a town hall discussion and graduation. 

The program is free for middle school students ages 12 -14. 

Apply online at playindypal.org/2023TeenAcademy 

For more information, contact Iris.farries@indy.gov or 317-327-3029.

Contact staff writer Jayden Kennett at 317-762-7847 or by email JaydenK@indyrecorder.com. Follow her on Twitter @JournoJay. For more news on the IMPD free teen academy program courtesy of the Indianapolis Recorder, click here. You can also check out the Indiana Minority Business Magazine by clicking here.

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