The American Legion Department of Indiana is proud to announce that enrollment is open for the second annual Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy and they are currently accepting applications for the 2019 class. The Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy, a partnership between the Indiana Troopers Youth Services and The American Legion, Dept. of Indiana, provides first-hand experiences and insight into the operations of law enforcement agencies. The program also allows these highly motivated young people to consider law enforcement as a potential career choice. The 2019 Academy will be held at Anderson University, July 14 through July 19, 2019. Please visit www.indianalegion.org/lawcadet for more registration information, or contact Sgt. Danielle Elwood Henderson at (317) 450-8720. The 2019 Academy will be limited to the first 75 registered applicants. Registration is open to boys and girls currently in grades 9 thru 12. The registration/sponsorship fee is $300 per Cadet. This fee, which may be paid by an American Legion Post, District or by donation, is payable to the Department of Indiana no later than July 1, 2019. The American Legion Department of Indiana is comprised of more than 77,000 military service veterans who have served honorably during times of conflict in defense of their nation and has been active within Indiana since 1919. The Indiana American Legion has represented veterans from every major conflict since World War II to Iraq and Afghanistan within its membership. The Indiana Legion provides representation to 63,000 of the 87,500 service-connected disabled veterans in Indiana for entitled Veterans Affairs benefits, making up 71 percent of the claims work in the state, bringing back more than 385 million a year to the Hoosier economy, free of charge, regardless of membership. If you have any questions, please contact the Indiana Legion Communications Director Tim Sproles at 317-403-6266 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
March 22nd, 2019|Local News|