Friday, March 13, 2009

Online Class: A Cop's Life A - Z

Here's another online writing/research class that may be of interest to you: "A Cop's Life A-Z" with Kathy Bennett, a Police Officer of the Los Angeles Police Department. This 4-week class begins April 1st, 2009 and is limited to only 70 people, so you'll want to register early (deadline is March 31st). It sounds very informative!

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A Cop's Life A - Z

Dates: April 1 - 30, 2009
Class Size Limit: 70 Attendees
Registration Deadline: March 31, 2009

Class Description:

Have you ever wondered what it's like to be in a high-speed chase and then involved in a shoot-out at the pursuit termination? Do you think the cop who gave you a traffic citation was wrong? Do you know what it's like to tell a mother her only child was killed in a traffic collision? Kathy Bennett has experienced all these things and much more. She'll provide candid information on the life of a cop and answer those "burning" questions you have, but were afraid to ask or didn't know who to ask.

Instructor Bio:

Kathy Bennett has been a Los Angeles Police Officer for nineteen years and is currently assigned as a Senior Lead Officer with approximately five square miles of the City of Los Angeles assigned to her. Patrolling in her black and white daily, she is responsible for crime and quality of life issues within those five miles and if things aren't going well, the Chief of Police talks to her to find out why.

For More Information on Kathy and to register for the class please go to

If you have any questions on the class, please contact Niki Chanel at or Tamera Flora at