Summer Academy 2012

Assistant Chief Jimmy Davis answers questions about the jail for students of the 2011 academy.

Sheriff Tim Guider announces the Loudon County Sheriff’s Office 2012  Summer Academy

If Law Enforcement TV and movies have YOUR  interest - THIS IS FOR YOU!

Designed especially for Loudon County students ages 9-14, as older children and young adults are at important points in their lives. It is a time in which they will begin to deal with peer pressure, realize their own potential, and set goals for their futures. For many, that future could include a career in criminal justice, law,  or a related field.

Our high energy, fast-paced and fun-packed curriculum will keep kids on their toes for the week!
They will find it both challenging and FUN!

Activities include:

Orientation including ID Cards, photo and fingerprint card for parents to keep; tours of  detention and emergency facilities, including 911 Center; patrol cars, fire trucks, and other emergency vehicles up close; mock traffic stops; K-9 information and demonstrations; team building exercises; learn to be safe online, find and take fingerprints; drug education; “DUI” simulation driving; and observing court proceedings. (Activities subject to change)

Classes will be held at the Sheriff’s Office, at the Loudon County Justice Center, located at the intersection of Hwy 11 and Sugar Limb Road the week of July 16-20, 2012. The Academy is for ages 9-14. Classes will be held from 10 AM - 4 PM. Lunch and snacks will be provided.

Transportation to and from class is the responsibility of the parent or guardian. Parent or guardian must sign student in on the first day.

Notices of acceptance will be made by telephone call or e-mail.

Priority will be given to Loudon County students that have not previously attended this class.

To download an application go to and click on the Community Section, or an application may be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office. The return address is listed on the application. Please note: Class size IS limited, so register early!