Congratulations to the Police and Citizens Together (PACT) Academy Class of 2018, who graduated from the nine-month program!


The Bullhead City Police Department’s Citizens’ Police Academy provides community members with a greater understanding of the police department and its operations through class lectures as well as hands-on experiences. The P.A.C.T. Academy’s goal is to be an informative and enjoyable experience while creating strong partnerships with the citizens in our area.

P.A.C.T. Academy graduates completed a ride-along with a patrol officer and learned about topics such as forensics, K-9, bomb robot, criminal investigations, animal care and welfare, gangs, 9-1-1 dispatch, narcotics and took a trip to the shooting range.

Graduating are: Maria Alvarez Ruiz, Barton Anderson, Carol Bigos, Nadine Blue, Barbara Bowers, Norma Brummett, Laurice Clausen, John Coleman, Michelle DeMorales, Janice Duvall, Natalie Eddy, Dorothy Erwin, Lee Erwin, Ruth Gordon, Sathish Kadiresan, Joseph Keunen, Michelle Keunen, Paula Lamoureux, Lynda LaVerne, Judith Lehman, Heather Martin, Nina Parmer, Craig Price, Pam Price, Paolo Salamatin, Frida Shamburg, Gerald Shamburg, Marta Sterner, Deborah Thomas and Desiree Walker.

Applications for the next P.A.C.T. Academy will be available November 1through 30. The 2019 Citizens’ Police Academy will be held one night per month, January through September at no cost to participants. Enrollment is limited. 

For more information, please call the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-763-9200 ext. 204.

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