Roseville Police Business Academy Gears Up for First Time
The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications for our first police business academy, which begins February 12 and ends February 21. This is a new, free program for members of Roseville's business community, designed to foster an even better exchange of information between businesses and the police department, and help our businesses develop best crime-prevention practices. Roseville Police Department staff will teach participants about the most common crimes against businesses, best hiring practices, how to make the workplace safer, the crime-reporting and criminal justice processes, and much more.
The academy's designed for busy working people, with just four sessions at convenient Roseville locations. It's open to Roseville business owners, managers and lead retail employees. Class size is limited, so don't delay--submit your application today.
For more information and an application, the city website has provided a downloadable flyer.
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