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Did you know...Seminole State's Geneva Center is used by many local law enforcement officials to practice their firearms and driving skills.
Facilities and Driving Track at Geneva
Facilities and Driving Track
Builder: Harris Construction
(building and driving track)
Construction began: February 15, 2007
Building opened: May 2008
Cost of construction: $2.4 million
Length of track: ¼ mile
Seminole State College's Geneva Center is now home to Seminole County's only fully operational Public Safety Training Complex and Driving Track.
For years, Seminole County law enforcement officers and Seminole State students trained in closed parking lots or at police academies in other counties. Seminole State identified a need for an improved, convenient training facility and partnered with Seminole County and the cities of Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford and Winter Springs in 2005 to develop the Geneva Center.
Together, the county and cities donated more than $250,000 to help fund the new classroom building at Geneva, funds that were matched by the state.
Public Safety Training Complex and Driving Track at Geneva Center
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