Junior Police Academy Information

The Morris Township, Morris Plains, and Morristown Police Departments are extremely excited to bring the children of our community the opportunity to participate in the sixth annual Junior Police Academy. We have collectively put together an incredible program which will be held from June 25th through July 6th, 2018. *There will be no academy on July 4th, 2018*

Tri-Morris Junior Police Academy

The annual Tri-Morris Junior Police Academy is a comprehensive two week camp focusing on:

Education to junior recruits from numerous agencies
Familiarization of internal departments and the criminal justice system

Qualifications

*Must be a sixth, seventh, or eighth grade student from a school within Morris Township, Morris Plains, or Morristown at time of application. 
*Returning recruits can be of high school age
*Complete the enrollment application 
*Mail in submissions by April 1st, 2018 for consideration

The cost to attend the academy is $150. Please remit payment with the completed application. For those families who are in need of financial assistance in order to attend, we will be sponsoring a number of recruits based on financial need.  Please complete the Sponsorship Request form and return it with your completed application. We are only accepting a limited number of recruits and slots will be given out on a first come/first serve basis.

Applications for the Junior Police Academy can be mailed to:
Tri-Morris Junior Police Academy
Attn: Ptl. McIver
49 Woodland Ave.
Morris Township, NJ 07960
 
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. With your support we expect to educate and enrich the children of our community and give them an unforgettable and valuable experience based on our core values of community service, discipline and respect..


Come back in 2019 for our next academy class!

The Morris Plains Police Department, in conjunction with the Morris Township and Morristown Police Departments, formed and operate the Tri-Morris Junior Police Academy every year.  For our agency, Lieutenant Koroski and  Patrol Officer Ferris help train the Junior Recruits.