Warner Robins police to hold career expo

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WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Warner Robins Police Department is looking for some new recruits to sign up and wear the badge. 

Later on this week, Warner Robins PD will hold their first police career expo at the year old Law Enforcement Center.
 
Staff is inviting all people who are interested in signing up to be apart of the police department to see what takes to become an officer and about their hiring process.

"Friday and Saturday we’re going to have a lot of officers out here. We’re going to have the charger, one of our new police vehicles out here, so people can get in it, look in it. And we’re going to have officers out here answering questions," Tabitha Clark with the police department said.

The Warner Robins Police Career Expo is this Friday, April 11th from 3-7 PM and Saturday, April 12th from 8 AM – Noon at the Warner Robins Law Enforcement Center at 100 Watson Boulevard. 

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