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New Training Facility

The Auburn Police Department is raising funds to build a new multi-use training facility and renovate its existing outdoor firearms training area.

With more than 15 local, state and federal law enforcement agencies routinely using it, the APD has outgrown its current facility. Built in 1985, the space is too small to accommodate how law enforcement trains today. The APD regularly trains with its partner agencies to train and establish protocol for how they should jointly respond to an emergency situation. In an actual incident, this allows them to be more efficient and effective in their response times. The IMAGE Drug Task Force is a great example of the collaboration experienced today. This task force, led by the APD, involves law enforcement from four counties.

The APD also plans to use the new facility to host community classes, such as RAD, CPR, first aid and fire arm safety.

Courses and Fundraising Events

2016-2017 COURSES

GLOCK Armorer Course


GLOCK Instructor Workshop


Tactical De-escalation Techniques


Maximum Concealment - Professional Vehicle Searches for the Detection of Hidden Compartments


STOPS Life Fire Survival


Tactical Lifesaver Training

BADGES, BULLETS AND BULLS EYE
September 17, 2016

Competition Rules

While open to law enforcement officials only, this annual shooting competition fundraiser is enjoyed by many in the community. The competition includes duty handgun bulls-eye, patrol rifle bulls-eye and two-gun tactical shoot.

Sponsors are sought to support the event. Company names are displayed on flyers, signage and the event Facebook page. Donations of merchandise are also requested to provide prizes for contestants. Prizes could include firearms, shooting accessories, ammunition or other law enforcement-related merchandise, such as weapon cleaning and maintenance products.

Send donations to:
Detective Stacy E. Sexton
Auburn Police Department
210 S. Cedar St. Auburn, In. 46706
(260) 920-3200 EXT 1922
sesexton(at)ci.auburn.in.us

Visit the Badges, Bullets and Bulls Eyes Facebook page to keep updated on prizes, sponsors and other exciting details.
 


SPONSORSHIP TILES
The APD is asking DeKalb County residents and businesses to help raise funds for the facility through the purchase of a sponsor tile that will be displayed inside the new facility.  Sponsor levels include:
  • 4”x 8” Sponsor Tile (3 lines and 14 characters per line maximum) for $125
  • 8”x 8” Sponsor Tile (6 lines and 14 characters per line maximum) for $250
  • 12 x 12” Sponsor Tile (9 lines and 21 characters per line maximum) $500

Contributions are tax-deductible, with all proceeds going toward the improvement of the training facility and grounds.

Download sponsorship form

Mail forms with payment to Auburn Police Department, P.O. Box 505, Auburn, Indiana 46706.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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