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TPD works with partners to host the Police Examination within the community

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – The Topeka Police Department is moving one of its recruiting classes to the community.

TPD says they are working with Fellowship Hi-Crest Church and Sunflower Community Inc. to provide a new setting for the exam. The Hi-Crest Church Fellowship, located at 455 SE Golf Park Blvd., will host an informational meeting on February 25 and a mentorship session on March 11, before holding the police officer exam on March 25.

Chief Bryan Wheeles says the move could allow people to explore careers they may not have had before.

“In an effort to remove barriers to employment and recruit a representative community workforce, TPD is taking the Community Police Officer exam and sponsoring a mentorship session for 10 candidates,” said Police Chief Bryan Wheeles . “TPD typically runs Police Officer exams at the Law Enforcement Center, but through this partnership we hope to encourage people in the community to ask questions and equip themselves to take the exam and start a career with TPD.”

Ten candidates will be admitted to the course. Further information is available below:

February 25: Information meeting

March 11: Tutoring session

March 25: Police exam

You can also contact Jill Rice at [email protected] or 785-431-0404, or SGT Vidal Campos at [email protected], for more information.

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