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Posted on: June 23, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Apply for the Loveland Citizens Police Academy


The Loveland Police Department (LPD) is accepting applications for the 2022 Loveland Citizens Police Academy (CPA).

 CPA is comprised of 10 sessions. Participants will meet on evenings Sept. 7 – Nov. 16 for approximately three hours. Each session will teach about a police topic such as 

  • Use of Force & Media Portrayal
  • Investigations & Crime Scenes
  • Taser & Handcuffing with Defensive Tactics
  • Use of the Scenario “MILO” Training System
  • Narcotics Investigations
  • Gun Safety

Participants will also take a tour of the jail, interact with the fire department/air care, participate in a K9 officer demo and more!

The program is free and open to Loveland residents at least 18 years old. If your application is selected, a background check and waiver of liability will be required.

Apply online at by Aug. 10. Class size is limited. Once the class is filled, applicants will be placed on a waiting list. 

Since 1998, LPD has hosted the CPA to increase positive community interactions, facilitate communications, and provide education to community members about law enforcement. For questions, please contact Officer Jesse Moore at

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