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Aims Community College
Criminal Justice Department
1130 Southgate Drive, Windsor, CO 80550
Basic Peace Officer Academy
Application Packet
Fall 2020
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Aims Community College will be offering two Basic Peace Officer Academies fall 2020. The
application process for both academies will begin March 16, 2020 with the initial application
process closing July 31, 2020. Each academy will be limited to 20 students and applicants must
be a minimum of 21 years of age by the start date of the academy. Applicants sponsored by a
law enforcement agency will be given priority consideration. The general schedules for the
two academies are listed below:
SCHEDULES
Part-time (yearlong) Academy (Starts fall semester 2020 and concludes spring semester 2020)
The part-time academy is run over two semesters with class dates being held on a
varied schedule of Monday-Thursday evenings from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm and most
Saturdays from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Schedules and days off may be adjusted throughout
the semester to accommodate bad weather days, facility availability, and other
unforeseen factors.
Start date Week of August 24, 2020
End date May 4, 2021
Full-time (one semester) Academy (Fall semester 2020)
The fulltime academy is run over one semester with class dates being held
predominately on a Monday-Friday, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm schedule. Some weekend and
evening hours will be required to accommodate the availability of the training grounds
and schedules and days off may be adjusted throughout the semester to accommodate
bad weather days and other unforeseen factors.
Start date Week of August 24, 2020
End date December 11, 2020
The academic courses for both academies will be held predominately at the Aims Community
College, Windsor Campus at 1130 Southgate Dr., Windsor. The skill training (Arrest Control,
Firearms, & Driving) for both academies will all be conducted at the Adams County Flatrock
Regional Training Facility at 23600 E 128th Ave, in Commerce City. Final schedules are subject
to the approval of the Colorado POST Board.
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FINANCIAL AID/SCHOLARSHIPS
Refer to the Financial Aid webpage for information on financial aid, scholarship or veteran
benefit opportunities. Please plan several months in advance. The following programs are
financial aid eligible:
Part-time (2 semester) Police Academy Certificate
Police Studies AAS Degree
The Full-time (1 semester) Police Academy does not qualify for financial aid, but may
qualify for a scholarship or veteran benefits. Please contact the one of the Veterans
Affairs School Certifying Officials for information.
Office of Financial Aid
College Center, Greeley Campus
5401 W. 20th Street
Greeley, CO 80634
Email: financial.aid@aims.edu
Office: (970) 339-6548
Fax: (970) 506-6962
ACADE
MY REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS
Attendance is 100% mandatory with certain exceptions for unforeseen and
uncontrollable events for which students may be able to make up the hours. Any costs
associated with makeup hours for the skill training at the Flatrock Training Center will be
at the expense of the student.
The academy is run in a paramilitary format.
Uniforms and equipment are required at the expense of the student or sponsoring
agency.
In order to be accepted into the academy, students must be 21 years of age by the start
of the academy.
Students must demonstrate that they meet college placement reading and writing.
Proficiency can be demonstrated by one of the following methods:
o High school transcripts no more than 10 years old. High school transcripts can be
sent to assessment@aims.edu to be evaluated for college ready requirements.
o ACT/SAT scores or an Accuplacer score completed within the last 3 years
o Completion of a college level English class
o Completion of an AAS or AA degree or higher
Students must be physically, mentally, and emotionally fit and be able to perform the
physical requirements for the skill classes for Arrest Control, Firearms, and Driving
demonstrated by passing a physical ability test and addressing how you have prepared
for the academy in a required essay.
Students will not be accepted into the academy if they have any of the disqualifying
factors as established by the Colorado P.O.S.T. Board.
Students must be CPR and First Aid certified and the certification must remain current
through the date established for the Colorado P.O.S.T. written exam.
Students must show proof of having health insurance.
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TUITION, FEES, AND OTHER ASSOCIATED COSTS
Approximate Costs
*In-District classification for tuition purposes is for students who have been Colorado residents for a minimum of
one year and who live in the Aims tax district.
**Out-of-District classification for tuition purposes is for students who have been Colorado residents for a
minimum of one year and who live outside the Aims tax district.
***WUE Western Undergraduate Exchange Individuals living in certain western states may qualify for WUE
tuition rates. Contact the registrar’s office for details (970-339-6404).
****Out-of-State classification for tuition purposes is for students who have not been Colorado residents for a
minimum of one year.
2020-2021 Academic Year
Item
In-District
Cost*
Out-of-
District
Cost**
WUE***
Out-of-
State
Cost****
Fall Semester Tuition + Fees
LEA 101 (6 credits)
LEA 103 (2 credits)
LEA 104 (1 credit)
LEA 118 (3 credits)
LEA 240 (3 credits)
LEA 246 (3 credits)
PED 100 (1 credit)
Total = 19 credits
$1,500
$2,200
$3,160
$8,210
Spring Semester Tuition + Fees
LEA 106 (3 credits)
LEA 107 (3 credits)
LEA 108 (3 credits)
LEA 126 (3 credits)
LEA 247 (2 credits)
PED 101 (1 credit)
Total = 15 credits
$1,140
$1,700
$2,509
$6,508
Lab Fees
LEA 103 = $175
LEA 106 = $625
LEA 107 = $625
LEA 108 = $625
LEA 246 = $100
$2,150
$2,150
$2,150
$2,150
Total Tuition & Fees
$4,790
$6,050
$7,820
$16,900
Fulltime (one semester) academies will be
the total amount due listed below.
Uniform Costs
$200
$200
$200
$200
Text Books
$500
$500
$500
$500
Equipment
$2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
POST Test (Paid directly to POST Board
by the student)
$150
$150
$150
$150
Total Approximate Costs
$7,140
$8,400
$10,170
$19,250
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UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT LIST
Item
Approximate Cost
Books
$550.00
Blue Duty Pants Aims Bookstore
$54.00
Uniform Shirt with Academy Patch Aims Bookstore
$65.00
Black Boots or Black Dress Shoes
$70.00
Workout t-shirt, sweats, shorts, athletic shoes
$75.00
Gun
$550.00
Ammo (1750 rounds)
$400.00
Holster Level 1 ALS
$120.00
Magazine Pouch
$25.00
Inner Belt
$25.00
Duty Belt
$75.00
Four Belt Keepers
$45.00
Collapsible Baton & Holder
$75.00
Duty or Transitional Flashlight & Holder
$85.00
Bullet Proof Vest (provided by Aims) $0.00
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APPLICATION PROCESS
Step 1 *Complete the following application packet, scan and
send
to: crj@aims.edu
*Application packets can be emailed or mailed, but must be received by 5:00 pm on July
31, 2020. Incomplete packets will eliminate the candidate from the process.
Confirmation and all department correspondence will be emailed to students
'@aims.edu' email accounts created upon successfully applying to Aims Community
College
Questions regarding the packet can be directed to:
Forrest Andersen Director (interim), Police Academy
forrest.andersen@aims.edu 970-339-6313
Complete Application Packets must include all of the following items
Police Academy Application with all questions answered (pg 10-17)
Successful completion of the Application to Aims Community College
o https://www.aims.edu/prospective/how-to-get-started.php
Photocopy of your high school diploma or General Education Development
(GED Certificate)
Documentation that you are at college level reading/writing
Official copy of college transcripts (if applicable)
Photocopy of your birth certificate
Photocopy of your Federal Form DD214, applicable if you served in the
military
Photocopy of the front and back of your current driver’s license
Photocopy of the results of your completed background investigation (CCIC)
Driving Record
SignedCommitment to Excellence” form that is included at the end of this
information packet
Signed “Disclaimer” form that is included at the end of this information
packet
Signed “Background Investigation Student Advisory” form (pursuant to
C.R.S., 24-31-
304) tha
t is included at the end of this information packet
Signed “Student Acknowledgement” form that is included at the end of this
information packet
Proof of Health Insurance
Copy of CPR and First Aid Card
Submit receipt that fingerprints are submitted.
Resume
Admission Essay
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Step 2 Application packets will be reviewed for completeness and to verify that the candidate
meets the minimum requirements. Students will be notified by the email address provided if
they are invited to move to the next step in the process or if they have been dropped from the
process. Students will be accepted into the academy based on the following selection process:
o Ability to meet the minimum physical fitness standards
o Score on the admission essay
Step 3 August 6th: Physical Fitness Standard Testing for unaffiliated students only.
Affiliated students do not need to complete this step but must supply a letter on
agency letterhead signed by an authorized official from your sponsoring agency
stating that you meet the sponsoring agencies physical fitness requirements. In order
to pass the physical fitness test candidates must meet the following minimum
requirements. Students will be contacted with time(s)
Test Component
Minimum Standard
1.5 Mile Run
16.27 minutes
Sit Ups
19 in one minute
Push Ups
15 in one minute
Sit and Reach
14.3”
Standing to Kneeling
20 in 2 minutes
Step 4 The top candidates from steps 2 & 3 will be offered a spot in the academy as space
allows. Candidates (affiliated and unaffiliated) starting one of the fall academies will need to
meet with one of the Windsor Campus Pathway Advisors on one of the following dates. The
on-campus meetings will all be held at the Windsor Campus, 1130 Southgate Drive or there is
an online meeting option.
o Thursday July 23 ZOOM (12-1:30pm)
o Thursday August 6th - ZOOM (9:30-11am)
Step 5 Register for classes no later than August 10, 2020
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ADMISSION ESSAY
This Essay must be submitted with your application packet. The essay will be used to determine
how prepared you are for the academy. Please describe why you would like to enroll in the Aims
Community College Police Academy and what you have done to prepare for the Police Academy.
At a minimum address the following points:
Why you are interested in pursuing a career in Law Enforcement.
Your support group to assist you during this training (family, friends, co-workers).
How you will balance the time and requirements of this program with the rest of the
obligations in your life.
What considerations have you taken to address the financial commitments of this
program (tuition & lab fees, uniform/equipment costs, POST written application fee,
travel expenses to each of the training sites)?
What have you done to prepare yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally for the
upcoming academy.
What do you see as your greatest challenge in completing this academy?
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INFORMATION TO ASSIST WITH THE COMPLETION OF THIS APPLICATION
Background Investigation Information (CCIC)
You may request this investigation online by accessing the website of the Colorado Bureau of
Investigation: (https://www.cbirecordscheck.com). Payment online is by credit card. You will
get instant results that you can print.
Fingerprinting
Per Colorado P.O.S.T. Rule 14, Candidates must submit proof to the Academy of fingerprint
submission by providing a photocopy of the receipt from an electronic service, or a photocopy
of the completed fingerprint card and the money order for payment to the Colorado Bureau of
Investigation.
As per the attached instructions, fingerprints may be submitted in one of two ways. We
strongly recommend using an electronic submission service. Both IdentoGo and Colorado
Fingerprinting provide this service. Colorado Fingerprinting has a site at the Aims, Windsor
Campus.
If you choose to get a hard copy of your fingerprints, use ONLY the blue fingerprint card
that you can obtain from the Police Academy at Aims Community College. Cards can be
obtained by contacting Stacey Tekansik and making arrangements to pick up a card:
o Stacey.tekansik@aims.edu
o 970-339-6397
NOTE: The criminal history check usually take 2-3 weeks to complete. You will be
notified if the criminal history check reveals that you are not eligible to attend the
academy.
Click on the following link to go to the Colorado P.O.S.T. website for the complete Fingerprint
Card Submission Instructions. Please read these instructions at this website completely before
starting this process.
Driving Record
Colorado Motor Vehicle Records can be obtained at the Colorado Department of Revenue,
Division of Motor Vehicles website. Out of state candidates can obtain a record from any state
Motor Vehicle Department.
CPR & First Aid Classes
https://aimsced.augusoft.net//index.cfm?fuseaction=1010
Call: 970-378-3532
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Police Academy Application
1. Name
2. Gender *
Male Female
3. Birthdate *
4. Aims A Number (if you have one) *
5. Email (Use @aims.edu address if you have one) *
6. Address (physical address – no PO Box) *
7. Phone *
8. Driver’s License Number, State of Issue and Expiration date
9. Social Security Number *
10. US Citizen *
Yes No
First
Middle
Last
Address1
Address2
City
State
Number
Mobile/Home
Number
State
Expiration
Other
A00
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11. Have you ever been CHARGED with a criminal offense?
Yes No
12. Have you ever been CONVICTED of a criminal offense?
Yes No
13. Have you ever USED any illegal drugs OR MISUSED OR USED WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION
ANY PRESCRIPTION DRUGS OR OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS?
Yes No
14. Have you ever SOLD, DISTRIBUTED, FURNISHED, CARRIED OR HELD FOR ANOTHER any
illegal drugs, prescription or over-the-counter drugs, including marijuana,
amphetamines, depressants, tranquilizers, cocaine, etc.?
Yes No
15. Have your motor vehicle driving privileges ever been SUSPENDED OR REVOKED?
Yes No
16. Do you have any reservations concerning participation in any physically-challenging or
stress-related activities as part of this academy?
Yes No
17. Have you ever been involved with a law enforcement agency as a volunteer, scout,
explorer, etc. either full time or part time?
Yes No
18. Are you now, or have you ever been, a member or associate of a criminal enterprise,
street gang, or any other group that advocates violence against individuals because of
their race, religion, political affiliation, ethnic origin, nationality, gender, sexual
preference, or disability?
Yes No
19. Are there any incidents in your life, not mentioned in this application which if known
would disqualify you as an applicant, as outlined in the foregoing advisement, whether
or not you were directly involved, which might be discovered by any subsequent
investigation?
Yes No
20. If you answered yes to any of questions 12-20, provide details including dates and
circumstances on a separate sheet and attach the document to this application.
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21. Are you now, or have you been a member of a U.S. military service?
Yes No
a. If yes, which branch of service?
b. Dates served:
From:
To:
Currently Serving
c. Highest rank attained:
d. Type of Discharge:
By submitting this application and any attachments I hereby certify that all
statements were made by me in the completion of this application and are,
accurate and true, to the best of my knowledge and recollection.
I understa
nd and willingly acknowledge that ANY false answers or any
fraud whatsoever may constitute a basis for rejection of this application.
I understand and willingly acknowledge that if I am accepted and fraud
and/or deceit is subsequently discovered concerning this application, such
fraud and deceit are grounds for my immediate dismissal from the Aims
Community College Basic Peace Officer Academy.
MILITARY SERVICE
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BASIC PEACE OFFICER ACADEMY
DISCLAIMER
The Aims Community College Basic Peace Officer Academy (“Academy”) hereby makes the following
statements:
1. A graduat
e from the Academy has completed ONLY ONE STEP towards becoming a certified
peace officer in the State of Colorado.
2. The Academy, based upon current knowledge and belief, has attempted to interpret the
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) as well as the learning objectives and goals both issued by
the Colorado Peace officers Standards and Training (POST) Board. These represent the State of
Colorado’s MINIMUM standards of KSA which a peace officer should have. In good faith, the
KSA, learning objectives and goals are presented to the participants of an Academy.
Consequently, the competence attendant to the successful completion of the Academy is
STRICTLY LIMITED to the Academy’s interpretation of the P.O.S.T. knowledge, skills and abilities.
3. The Academy CANNOT make a determination as to the competence of any Academy graduate
beyond the Academy setting. The Basic Academy curriculum will be impacted by field trainers,
department policy and procedures, and the personal experiences of each Academy student.
4. The Academy does not implicitly nor explicitly guarantee the certification of an individual who
has successfully completed the Academy.
5. It is neither the responsibility nor the obligation of the Academy to ensure the certification of
any Academy graduate at any time following the completion of the Academy.
6. The Academy does NOT control the steps by which an individual can become a certified peace
officer. That is determined solely by the Colorado P.O.S.T. Board.
7. The Academy does not implicitly nor explicitly guarantee that an individual who has successfully
completed the Academy will obtain employment.
8. It is neither the responsibility nor the obligation of the Academy to ensure that an Academy
graduate obtains employment at any time following the completion of the Academy.
9. The Academy does not control the steps, policies or procedures used by any law enforcement
agency to determine whether an individual will be hired. That is determined solely by each
agency.
I, _________
_____________________, hereby acknowledge that I have thoroughly read
(print your name)
and understand completely the Aims Community College Basic Peace Officer Academy Disclaimer. I
further acknowledge that I am aware of the current and future legal implications which may arise from
the Disclaimer and voluntarily accept the responsibility arising from this document.
Signed on the ______ day of ____________, 2020.
________________
______________________
Print Name
______________________________________
Student’s Signature
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P.O.S.T. TRAINING
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION
STUDENT ADVISORY FORM
[Pursuant to C.R.S. 24-31-304]
ACADEMY: AIMS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BASIC PEACE OFFICER ACADEMY
STUDEN
T’S NAME: ___________________________________________________________________
Last First MI
I HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE STAFF OF THE POST APPROVED AIMS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BASIC
PEACE OFFICERS ACADEMY HAS ADVISED ME, BY THIS WRITTEN NOTICE, THAT:
(a) Pursu
ant to § 24-31-304, C.R.S. (2004), all persons seeking to enroll in a training academy shall
submit their fingerprints to the training academy prior to enrolling in the academy.
(b) A t
raining academy shall not enroll any person who has been convicted of an offense that would
result in the denial of certification pursuant to § 24-31-305(1.5), C.R.S. (2004). The only exception shall
be if the Board has granted the person an exemption from denial of enrollment.
(c) A training academy shall not enroll any person who has been released or discharged from the U.S.
Military under dishonorable conditions.
(d) It
is unlawful for any person to possess a firearm who has been convicted in any court of a crime of
domestic violence OR is subject to a court order that restrains such person from harassing, stalking, or
threatening an intimate partner OR is subject to a court order that prohibits such person from
possessing a firearm.
(e) Succes
sful completion of the training academy does not guarantee that the trainee will either receive
P.O.S.T. certification or be appointed as a peace officer.
(f) It is each applicant’s responsibility to determine their own eligibility for certification PRIOR to
enrolling in any training program.
I cer
tify that my signature below indicates that I am fully aware of and acknowledge my compliance
with each of these laws and advisements.
Signed
on the ______ day of ____________, 2020.
________________
______________________
Print Name
________________
______________________
Student’s Signature
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BASIC PEACE OFFICER ACADEMY
POTENTIAL DISQUALIFICATION FACTORS
MISDEMEANOR AND FELONY CONVICTIONS
State law prohibits POST certification of any person who has been convicted of a felony or
certain misdemeanors. If an individual wishes to attend an academy and has a misdemeanor
conviction that would preclude certification, they may request a variance to appeal the denial
of certification pursuant to Rule 8 Process for Seeking Exemption From Statutory
Certification Restrictions. An individual convicted of any felony as an adult is ineligible, and no
variance is allowed for a felony conviction with the following exceptions:
Deferred judgments and sentencing agreements
Deferred prosecution agreements
Pretrial diversion agreements
Additionally, individuals with domestic violence convictions may not be eligible to serve as
peace officers due to federal laws.
Applicants will be disqualified from consideration if they have:
Two or more convictions for Driving under the influence of alcohol
Release from or discharge from the U.S. Military under dishonorable conditions.
ANY instance of domestic violence or domestic abuse.
ANY instance of child abuse.
ANY felony conviction or conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude.
ANY misdemeanor conviction which involves sexual misconduct, illicit drugs/controlled
substances, perjury, tampering, child abuse, prostitution, aiding an escape, false reporting,
domestic violence, or domestic abuse.
OTHER POTENTIAL DISQUALIFICATION FACTORS INCLUDE (BUT NOT NECESSARILY BE LIMITED
TO):
1. Non-prescribed drug usage.
2. Alcoholism (depending on circumstances, disposition and time lapse).
3. A misdemeanor conviction (not listed above), depending on circumstances, disposition
and time lapse since offense(s). See attached.
4. Police history - type, frequency and nature of contact(s).
5. Motor vehicle record reflecting a careless/reckless pattern of driving.
6. Outside activities which may be classified as a conflict of interest.
7. Revelation of assaultive behavior via background investigation or by the admission of
the applicant.
8. Association with persons known by the applicant to be involved in unlawful conduct
(closeness of relationship is also considered).
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES/OBLIGATIONS
I, ______________________________________, a prospective Aims Community College
(print name)
Basic Peace Officer Academy student, hereby acknowledge that I am aware that:
(1) The Academy is a rigorous and demanding program with a 100% mandatory attendance
policy as required by the Colorado P.O.S.T. Board. I have thoroughly evaluated the time
demands of the program in order to assure that I will arrive on time for each class period. I
have also planned for the necessary study-time (practice time) before and after classes.
(2) The Academy's skills programs (arrest control, firearms, and driving) are located at the
Adams County Sheriff’s Office Flatrock Training Center and ancillary sites. To fulfill the goals
and objectives of these state-mandated classes, an Academy student will be required to
regularly travel to and from the skills sites two-four times per week.
(3) I have read the attendance requirements and the rules relating to misdemeanor and
felony convictions and understand if I do not meet the attendance requirements or if I have
been convicted of any of these crimes it will disqualify me from attending or continuing in the
Aims Community College Police Academy.
Signed on the ______ day of ____________, 2020.
______________________________________
Print Name
______________________________________
Student’s Signature
Academy - Full or Part time
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BASIC PEACE OFFICER ACADEMY
COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
The Aims Community College Basic Peace Officer Academy (“Academy”) encourages a healthy,
constructive interest in law enforcement. The Academy will in no way knowingly contribute to the
training and education of any individual who does not respect the law and the application of those laws.
The Academy will not knowingly contribute to the education and training of any individual who (a)
would use the knowledge, skills, and abilities learned to subvert the law or (b) is unfit to enter the
Academy program and would use the knowledge, skills and abilities for purposes contrary to the highest
ethical standards of a peace officer.
We are c
onfident that you, as a law-abiding citizen of good character, and with respect for law
and order, would not want anyone intent on breaking our laws, to be members of our program and
school. That is why, for your protection and our own, we ask every one of our students to sign the
following statement:
(1) I am w
illing and able to abide by the rules established by the Colorado POST Board and the
Policies and Procedures regarding student conduct established by Aims Community College and the
Aims Police Academy.
(2) I will us
e the education and training provided by the Aims Community College Basic Peace
Officer Academy only for purposes which would support the principles of law and order.
(3) I have read and understand the entrance requirements for the Academy.
(4) By m
y signature to this Commitment, I acknowledge that I have the competence and present
capacity to meet all requirements.
(5) I attest that I have no felony convictions nor a history of serious personal maladjustments,
mental or psychological disorders of any type.
(6) Lastly
, I promise to voluntarily withdraw from this Academy program if my attitude, conduct, or
behavior fails to meet the rules established by the Colorado POST Board and the Policies and Procedures
regarding student conduct established by Aims Community College and the Aims Police Academy.
https://www.aims.edu/policies/manual/section5/5-601A.pdf
Signed
on the ______ day of ____________, 2020.
________________
______________________
Print Name
________________
______________________
Student’s Signature
____________________________________ ____________________________________
Checklist
Requirement
Complete
Incomplete
Police Academy Application with all questions answered
Admission Essay
Apply to Aims Community College
Signed “Commitment to Excellence” form
Signed “Disclaimer” form
Signed “Background Investigation Student Advisory” form
Signed “Student Acknowledgement” form
Photocopy of your birth certificate
Photocopy of your Federal Form DD214, applicable if you served in the
military
Photocopy of the front and back of your current driver’slicense
Driving Record
Photocopy of your high school diploma or General Education Development
(GED Certificate)
Official copy of college transcripts (if applicable)
Documentation that you are at college level reading/writing
Photocopy of the results of your completed background investigation(CCIC)
Submit receipt that fingerprints are submitted.
Resume
Proof of Health Insurance
Copy of CPR and First Aid Card
Applicant Name Academy (full/part-time)
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