IMPD kicks off second annual Teen Academy
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department kicked off its second annual Teen Academy Summer Program on Monday.
The free program aims to bridge the gap between law enforcement and middle schoolers, while exposing them to a career in law enforcement.
Those attending the program will learn about crime lab investigations, conflict resolution, and physical fitness. IMPD expects over 80 teens to attend this week.
The week-long program will end with a Friday graduation ceremony and dinner.