Blaine Citizens Academy is an eight-week course designed to introduce residents to the structure and daily operations of the Blaine Police, Fire and Community Standards departments that comprise the City of Blaine Safety Services Division.
The fast-paced academy provides both classroom and hands-on training, offering a fun and safe behind-the-scenes look at the functions of the Safety Services Division
while allowing participants an opportunity to perform tasks otherwise reserved for police officers and firefighters. Safety Services professionals will conduct and
oversee simulations like felony traffic stops, motor vehicle extrication and firefighter training exercises to show participants first-hand the pressure, hard work and satisfaction associated with working in Safety Services.
Felony Traffic Stops
Motor Vehicle Extrication
Fire and Life Safety
Cost and Eligibility
Citizens Academy is free. Participants must live or work in Blaine, be at least 18 years old and pass a criminal history background check. The course is limited to 20 participants.
If you are interested in attending Citizens Academy, you must live or work in the City of Blaine, be 18-years-old, and successfully complete a background investigation.