NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is accepting applications for its Citizen's Academy.
The TBI says the academy is designed to develop a better understanding and awareness of the agency in the community. It offers citizens a close look at the TBI's work investigating crime scenes and cyber crime, tracking terrorism information, and doing forensics examinations.
The academy runs from May 7 through May 28 at TBI headquarters in Nashville. It is limited to only 15 citizens.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old and be physically able to meet training and scheduling requirements.
Those interested should fill out the application located on the TBI website at www.tbi.tn.gov and submit it by February 28 to Assistant Director Richard Moore at the address listed on the application
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