The Clark Public Safety Training Center site encompasses approximately 375 acres of the former March Air Force Base. The Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center (CTC) is a comprehensive training complex for use by law enforcement, fire service, correctional, and emergency medical service personnel. The proposed project consists of the adoption of a Master Plan for the expansion of the existing Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center. The project includes the construction and operation of additional facilities at a training complex on approximately 375 acres. At buildout, the proposed facility will be comprised of thirteen major components including academic and administrative facilities, physical and aquatic training facilities, driver training, shooting range, a scenario village, and complete maintenance, cafeteria, and dormitory facilities.
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