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Youth aged 14-20 encouraged to attend New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy

The New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy invites youth aged 14-20 interested in law enforcement to register for its week-long program from June 22nd to June 28th, 2024.

This challenging overnight academy teaches participants law enforcement, leadership, and teamwork. All staff members are certified police officers from across the state. The academy aims to build self-discipline, self-respect, self-esteem, and pride through respect, discipline, teamwork, and motivation.

The academy will be held at the NHTI Campus in Concord, NH. For more information and registration details, visit www.nhpcta.org. Questions can be directed to Detective Danie at Kyle.danie@rochesternh.gov.

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