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Posted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 12:00 am

The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office, the Sacramento Police Department and the Sacramento Sheriff's Department are accepting applications for the 12th Citizens Academy course.

District Attorney Jan Scully formed the Citizens Academy in an effort to improve communication and relationships, and provide a better understanding between ethnic and cultural communities and the criminal justice system. Since the start of the academy in 2002, there have been 11 graduating classes with more than 570 participants.

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