WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)--Registration for the Purdue citizens police academy is now open.
The department is offering a free course that will allow people to feel what it is like to be an officer.
The six-week program will meet Thursday's at the Purdue Police Department.
Students will be able to drive squad cars and work in a "crime lab" to practice forensic techniques.
Classes are limited and will begin on Feb. 22.
For more information on how you can register, click here.
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