Springettsbury Township Police to host students for “Officer for a Day” program.

  On Wednesday April 25, 2013 several students from area schools will spend part of their day at the Springettsbury Police station.  There they will assume the roles of Chief, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Corporal and patrol officer and learn the responsibilities of each rank.  Two students from Central York High School, two from York Suburban Middle School and two from Saint Joseph’s School were selected to participate in this event.  This program is a collaborative effort between the STPD and the local school districts and is designed to foster positive interaction and role modeling between Springettsbury Township Police and local students.  At 2pm there will be a brief ceremony at department headquarters awarding each student with a certificate of participation.  The day’s itinerary is below:  

Springettsbury Township Police Department Officer for the Day Itinerary

April 25th, 2013

0930       High School students picked up and brought to station Introduction of STPD Command Staff and assigned to a Mentor Officer/Commander Tour of station Explanation of vehicles and equipment Meetings with the Chief and Lieutenants 1100       Middle School and Elementary school students picked up and brought to station Introduction of STPD Command Staff and assigned to a Mentor Officer/Supervisor Tour of station Explanation of vehicles and equipment 1130       Question and answer session with respective Mentor Officers Explanation of responsibilities and Officer assignments 1200       Lunch Break Sponsored by Little Caesars. 1330       Officers for the day will conduct a ride along with an officer and tour Springettsbury Township. 1345       Officers for the day will report for “roll call”. 1415       Receive certificate of participation 1420       All students will be returned to their schools.