Franklin County Sheriff's Office Lt. Michael D'Errico discusses "use of force" during the Franklin County Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy. These classes, such as the sheriff's office's 13-week program, can be an opportunity for repairing police/community relations following a summer of racial justice protests against police brutality and systemic racism.
Franklin County Sheriff's Office Lt. Michael D'Errico discusses "use of force" during the Franklin County Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy. These classes, such as the sheriff's office's 13-week program, can be an opportunity for repairing police/community relations following a summer of racial justice protests against police brutality and systemic racism.

The 21 people present for the first night of the latest class of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office’s Citizens Police Academy all had different reasons for being there.

Some had always admired law enforcement and wanted an inside look into the profession. Others seated in the room at a sheriff’s support services building were interested in one day pursuing a career in law enforcement themselves.

One participant said he simply wanted to see what his tax dollars were funding.

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