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Roseville police to host another business academy

By: Staff Report
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The Roseville Police Department is preparing to host next business academy, which is aimed at helping local business owners, managers and employees prevent crime and work seamlessly with the city’s law enforcement.

The Police Business Academy will be split between two eight-hour sessions on March 18 and March 25. Law enforcement and tech experts will cover a series of topics, including hiring practices, crime prevention, business security, personal safety, internal theft, transient issues, counterfeiting, computerized crime, hacker-proof passwords and how the legal system works after an arrest is made.

Roseville police representatives said among the most important skills business people will get from the academy involves effective crime reporting for officers and detectives working the streets.

The March 18 session of the business academy will be held at Gallina LLP at 925 Highland Pointe Dr., Suite 450. The second session on March 25 will be held at the Roseville Police Department at 1051 Junction Boulevard. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited. To register, fill out an application online at www.roseville.ca.us/police. For further questions, contact Roseville police community service officer Nina Shaull at (916) 746-1069.