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Friday, January 18, 2013

FIRST EVER MUSLIM CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATION HELD AT ST LOUIS MOSQUE


Wednesday night, a graduation ceremony was held at the Daar-ul-Islam Mosque located at Weidman and Manchester roads for its first-ever Citizen Police Academy.


Adil Imdad, the outreach and community relations program coordinator for the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis, previously told Patch he felt the course would be an asset to the mosque members and pointed out it was designed to teach area Muslims about the police department and how it conducts investigations.
The course was also an opportunity for mosque members to meet the officers who serve the community and for those officers to meet the mosque members.
Imdad saide opportunity came about last year during Rama thdan when St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch reached out to the Muslim community and offered to provide the course.

IN MY CITY POLICE PUTS OUT AN AD AND ANYBODY IS WELCOME TO APPLY FOR CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY,SO WHY THE SPECIAL TREATMENT?  WHY DO MUSLIMS HAVE TO BE INVITED TO BE PART OF THIS PROGRAM?

READ MORE
http://townandcountry-manchester.patch.com/articles/west-county-muslim-mosque-holds-first-police-academy-graduation-for-citizens

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