Senior Citizens Police Academy begins May 9

NASHUA – Chief Andrew Lavoie said the Nashua Police Department will host a Senior Citizens Police Academy from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursdays, beginning May 9 and running through May 30.

The four-week program is designed to provide seniors with a glimpse into the day-to-day operations of the Nashua Police Department and the community partnerships. The sessions will focus on the complex social issues facing seniors. Guest speakers are scheduled to include representatives of the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, the Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services, the Nashua Senior Center, and members from various divisions of the Nashua Police Department.

Lavoie invites any Nashua resident to contact Senior Relations Specialist Jane Constant at 594-3628 for more information. Space is limited and the deadline for reservations is May 1.