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58 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 Kerry Kester photo Tanger supports Troop 7 Tanger Outlets donated $2,000 to Delaware State Police Troop 7 Friday, Aug. 25. Troop 7 Cmdr. Capt. John Yeomans said the money will be used for surveillance equipment, the upcoming citizen's academy and the cadet program. Cadets are college students who provide support to officers by enforcing parking-related violations and assisting people in need, such as in shopping centers. The Troop 7 cadets work bicycle patrols, primarily in the outlet centers, throughout the summer. The citizen's acade- my will begin Wednesday, Oct. 4. Shown during the check presentation are (l-r) Deputy Cmdr. Roger Willey, langer Outlets Center General Manager Amy Norgate and Yeomans. Citizen's academy provides overview of state police Delaware State Police is now accepting applications for its next citizen's academy. Officers repre- senting all of the major units in the state police will provide the civilian students with an overview of the division during the nine- week course that will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 4, in a commons area at Lingo Creek, Long Neck. The course is intended for civil- ians who reside in eastern Sussex County. The class is designed to provide hands-on activities. Students will also be offered the opportunity to go on ride-alongs with troopers on their regular patrol shifts. Participants will also get to see a K-9 demonstration; learn how radar, laser and the Stalker sys- tems work for identifying those who violate traffic laws; and take field trips to the state police muse- um, shooting range and training academy. Additional programs and units to be covered in the course include Crime Stoppers, general crime prevention, Camp Barnes, D.A.R.E., technology, community services, school liaison officers, Homicide Unit, Drug Task Force, which includes the drug interdic- tion officers; Special Operations Response Team; Governor's Task Force; Aviation Unit; Collision Reconstruction Unit; Fraud Investigations Unit; and the recruitment and selection process for the state police. Past participants have included students, potential trooper candi- dates, politicians, media, civic association members and people who want to have a better under- standing of police operations and services. For more information or to reg- ister for the Citizens' Police Academy, call Capt. John Yeomans at 644-5020, or email john.yeomans @ If you've been looking, thinking or even wondering about buying a home at the beach, it doesn't get any better than this! 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath Ranchers on 1/2 Acre Lots Pro.Construction Priced at an Unbelievable 0 161 Sold in just 24 days! $1,000 Reservation Deposit is the total deposit including contract deposit. Flex financing available (5.875%/0 Pts. Fixed 30 years) Fee Simple. Limited Offer Located 5 minutes South of Lowe's at Five Points, on Route 23 South. Pool and Clubhouse completion Summer '07 10 Year Warranty Public Sewer and Water LEWES, DELAWARE II I