Good Day Atlanta viewer information July 27, 2016

- Future Officers Get Behind-The-Scenes Look at Law Enforcement: Many children say they want to be a police officer when they grow up.  But this week, some lucky area youth are actually getting to experience what life as a law enforcement is like.

 

The Gwinnett County Police Department is hosting its first summer Youth Police Academy this week, at the Gwinnett County Police Training Center in Lawrenceville.  Teens between the ages of 13 and 17 were asked to write an essay explaining why they wanted to attend, and those chosen are spending the week immersed behind-the-scenes of the GCPD.  Activities this week include defense demonstrations, a look at crime scene processing, tours of police headquarters and the 911 call center, and up-close looks at various law enforcement vehicles.  Students will earn a certificate of completion at a “graduation” ceremony on Friday.

 

Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken spent the morning at the Gwinnett County Police Training Center, talking with the young men and women taking part in the Youth Police Academy.

 

WEB LINK:  https://www.gwinnettcounty.com/portal/gwinnett/Departments/Police

 

Casing Call with Jesse Malinowski, local professional film/TV actor and CEO of Atlanta's fasting growing Acting School, Get Scene Studios. He's appeared on many hit projects, such as American Reunion, Devious Maids, and NCIS: New Orleans.   Today Jesse Malinowski joins us to share his expert knowledge for actors who are trying to get an agent.  See his tips below.    For more information on Jesse Malinowski click here. 

How To Get An Agent"

1: Headshot  

- professional headshot 

2: Resume

- be sure its an actor resume NOT a normal work resume.

3: Solid Training 

- Classes to improve your auditioning and better prepare you in taking the next step on set

 

Good Day Atlanta pet of the day from the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.  For more information click here. 


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