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August 11, 2014

Citizens Police Academy alumni recognizes the CPD for outstanding work

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The Clarksville Police Department’s Training Facility, The Citizens Police Academy Alumni dedicated a Flag Pole with a plaque, installed by John Stanley, to the CPD at the Clarksville Police Department’s training facility. The Citizens Police Academy Alumni wanted to recognize the CPD for its outstanding work throughout the Clarksville Community. In quotations the plaque states, “A better understanding between citizens and police through education.”

The Clarksville Police Department would like to thank the Citizens Police Academy Alumni representatives and Mr. Stanley for the Flagpole and the plaque and, especially, for their appreciation.

In attendance for the dedication were John Stanley, who installed the flag pole and flag; Michael Vogt, Pattie Lindgren, Kathy Vogt, and Peggy Amos of the Citizen Polioe Academy alumni: and Police Chief Al Ansley and CPSD officers  Deputy Chief Michael Parr, Captain David Crockarell, Captain Richard Stalder, and Officer Gregory Granderson.



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