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STOP the BLEED is national campaign led by the federal government to better prepare the public to save lives. Victims can quickly die from uncontrolled bleeding, within 5 to 10 minutes, so the campaign raises awareness of basic actions to stop life threatening bleeding following everyday emergencies and man-made and natural disasters. Similar to how the general public learns and performs CPR, the idea is that the public must learn proper bleeding control techniques, including how to use their hands, dressings, and tourniquets.
Every Monday during Summer Reading Club, watch a new edition of Music & Movement on our main Facebook page. Mr. Adam has a fun lesson plan that features plenty of interactive singing, dancing, and learning about a new musical instrument. PLUS, we’ll be joined by our good friends, and very special guests: The Longview Symphony Orchestra!
Watch via FB Premiere, every Monday at 10:30 AM.
BASIC PEACE OFFICER COURSE
The Longview Police Academy is currently accepting applications for the next Basic Peace Officer Course!
Application preference will be given to individuals who have been accepted for employment with a police agency.
All necessary forms must be fully completed, processed, approved and on file by April 5, 2021 for entrance into the academy.
Tuition for the academy is $1,000.00 and is payable prior to the first day of the academy. Payment must be submitted by check made payable to “Longview Police Department”. No credit cards or purchase orders accepted, however an invoice may be requested.
Applicants must have their fingerprints submitted through the FAST fingerprint system.
A Longview Police Academy Personal History Statement must be submitted with the applicant’s sponsorship paperwork.
For complete details contact the Longview Police Academy at 903-239-5520.
Law enforcement encounters with aggressive dogs and other animals is part of our job. Proper training is needed and required to prepare officers and lessen any criticism when the use of force is necessary.
This course includes:
• The levels of aggression in dogs
• Types of body language
• Why dogs bite
• Encountering dogs on the job
• Use of force against animals
• Self-defense against dogs.