7 / 18 Hartford Chamber and Police Offering Educational Programs

If you've ever wondered what it was like to be a police officer, or if you simply wanted to improve your business management skills, the Hartford Police Department and the Hartford Chamber of Commerce are each offering educational programs for interested citizens.  The Hartford Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for the Future Hartford Leadership Class of 2015. The Future Hartford Leadership program is designed to foster leadership skill development and is dedicated to preparing current and emerging leaders for their next level of success. Leadership topics to be covered include conflict resolution, effective meetings and communication, business ethics, time management, energizing the workplace, managing change, and mentoring employees.  If interested, you can visit the chamber web site and download an application or call the Hartford Area Chamber office at 262-673-7002.
If you're interested in law enforcement, The Hartford Police Department is now accepting applications for their next Citizens Police Academy starting August 28. The academy will meet one night a week from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for eight consecutive weeks. Each session will involve subject matters related to law enforcement,  forensic evidence recovery techniques, pursuit driving, radar operation and more. The academy is designed to offer firsthand insight into the duties handled by Hartford Police and law enforcement officers across the state. There is no cost, however participants must be at least 18, have no criminal record and be a resident of or work in Hartford. The registration deadline is August 15th. For more information, call Lt. Scott MacFarlan at 262- 670-3604. 
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