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Speedway National Night Out: Tuesday 8/7

The Speedway Police Department is inviting residents of Speedway to join members of the Department in celebrating National Night Out crime prevention event. The event, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, brings over 38.1 million people in more than 16,540 communities together to promote the partnership between the police and the community. The event will encourage crime, drug and violence prevention, safety, and neighborhood unity. Citizens across America can send a powerful message about neighborhood unity, awareness, safety, and police-community partnerships. Let criminals know that the Town of Speedway is united and dedicated to building a safer, more caring community. Please join the members of the Speedway Police and Fire Departments for the event to be held on Tuesday, August 7th, 2018, in Leonard Park from 6-8PM.

Highlights of the National Night Out event will include free food and drinks provided by area merchants (while supplies last), police demos, and information about various anticrime initiatives. We’ll also have music, kids’ activities, information booths from public safety-related organizations, civic groups, town departments, and much more!

2018 NNO Flyer-R

SPD Citizens Academy Taking Online Applications for 2018 Class

SPEEDWAY, IN—The Speedway Police Department is currently accepting application for the 2018 Citizens Academy Class. Classes will be every Tuesday evening beginning August 28th, 2018, and running for 12 weeks. The Citizens Academy is a free class, where participants will have lecture and hands-on experiences with different police responsibilities.

Class sizes are limited to 20 participants, selected on first-come, first-served basis. Only those who apply will be considered for the class; we do not allow walk-in participants.

Anyone interested in participating should fill out the application online, or if preferred, the application is available to print using the link below. All applications must be received no later than August 10th to be considered for this session. Any applications received over the class size will have automatic wait-list status.

Please contact Sarah Edie at sedie@speedwayin.gov or 317-246-4300 for any questions. For more information on the Speedway Police Citizens Academy, including a printable application, see this link.

Get to Know Your Officers: Officer Alex Redding (Part 2)

We hope you are enjoying getting to know Speedway Officer Alex Redding. Today, Officer Redding shares a lighter moment of patrolling, and what he enjoys about working in Speedway!

Stay tuned for the final part of our talk with Officer Redding later this week!

Get to Know Your Officers: Officer Alex Redding (Part 1)

Welcome to our next “Get to Know Your Officers” video! Today, we’ll talk with Speedway Officer Alex Redding. Find out what he enjoys about patrolling, but also shares one of his most difficult runs.

Get to Know Your Officers: Sgt. Kyle Hodges (Part 3)

Welcome back to the final part of our talk with with Speedway PD Sgt. Kyle Hodges. We hoped you enjoyed getting to know him!

Stay tuned for more “Get to Know Your Officers” videos!

Get to Know Your Officers: Sgt. Kyle Hodges (Part 2)

In Part 2 of our “Get to Know Your Officer” video, we’ll talk to Speedway PD Sgt. Kyle Hodges about what he enjoys about working in Speedway, his favorite place to dine in town, and more!

 

Get to Know Your Officers – Sgt. Kyle Hodges (Part 1)

This week, we’re getting to know another member of the Speedway Police Department. In this episode, Sgt. Kyle Hodges tells us about his career with Speedway PD, his daily duties – and one of the funniest moments he’s encountered while patrolling, you won’t want to miss!

Get to Know Your Officers – Sgt. Jacob McAtee (Pts. 3 & 4)

Welcome back to our “Getting to Know Your Officers” video series. Let’s catch up with Sgt. Jacob McAtee! In Part 3, Sgt. McAtee shares his motto in life, and his favorite places to dine in Speedway!

Here is the conclusion of our interview with Sgt. McAtee. We hope you enjoyed getting to know him!

Stay tuned for more “Get to Know Your Officers” videos next week!

Get to Know Your Officers: Speedway Sgt. Jacob McAtee (Part 2)

In today’s segment of “Getting to Know Your Officers”, Debbie West continues her talk with Sgt. Jacob McAtee, who tells us what the community can do to help the police, what he enjoys about Speedway, and shares one of his more amusing moments of policing!

Get to Know Your Officers: Speedway Sgt. Jacob McAtee (Part 1)

We hope you enjoyed getting to know Officer Karl Brown with our first video. In case you missed it, you can watch our interview with Officer Brown at our YouTube channel here (or the link on the right side of our page).

In our next “Get to Know Your Officers” video, we’re talking to Speedway PD Sgt. Jacob McAtee. In this first installment, Sgt. McAtee introduces himself, shares a bit about his recent promotion to Sergeant, and what he enjoys about patrolling!

On Friday, we’ll continue our talk with Sgt. McAtee, so stay tuned!

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