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Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office offers Citizen's Law Enforcement Academy

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Registration is open for the Columbia County Sheriff's Office Citizen's Law Enforcement Academy beginning on March 6. 

Participants will be given an insight into the everyday operations of the sheriff's office as well as firearms training, which will include live fire on the sheriff's office shooting range.

This free course is offered from 6:30 to 9 p.m. each Thursday for 10 weeks starting March 6. It's open to Columbia County residents 18 years old or older. 

Anyone interested in attending the class should contact the sheriff's office Community Services Division at 541-2856 or download an application from the sheriff's office Community Services Division link at www.columbiacountyso.org.

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