The Waunakee Emergency Services Academy will provide community members with an inside look at the Emergency Services Waunakee provides. During the 9 week academy, students will be introduced to emergency service operations and participate in many of the same training sessions officers go through every year. Classes are every Wednesday night from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. The class will start September 6th, 2017 and finish November 1st, 2017.
The Academy is designed to increase understanding between citizens and emergency responders through education. Our goal is to provide an increased understanding of the tasks emergency service officers face every day. With better understanding it becomes easier for police and citizens to find realistic solutions to neighborhood problems.
Each of the sessions will include a look into many areas of the emergency services. Included in the hands-on citizen's academy 9 week program is:
Police Defense and Arrest Tactics/Taser Demonstration.
Basic EMS Skills, CCR Training, Equipment Demos, and Building Tour
Drug Investigations, Alcohol Investigations, Accident Investigations, Crime Scene Investigations and K-9 Demonstration
Fire Department Equipment Demos, and Building Tour.
Participation in Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) Located at Madison Speedway
Police Simunitions - Response to active shooter scenarios utilizing simunition rounds
Potential candidates for the Citizen's Academy must meet the following criteria:
Have no felony convictions
Live or work in Waunakee
Over 18 years of age
Applications can be obtained at the:
Waunakee Police Department
205 N Klein Drive
Waunakee, WI 53597
Any questions about the Citizen's Academy can be answered by contacting:
Sergeant Adam Kreitzman
205 N Klein Drive
Waunakee, WI 53597 Email