|Published:||May 03, 2011 2:58 PM EDT|
|Updated:||May 03, 2011 11:33 AM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla.-The annual Respect for Law Enforcement Camp is planned for June 16 - 19th. The cost is $75 and applications must be returned by June 3. The four-day, three-night Respect for Law Camp is open to children ages 11-14. The goal of the camp is to give youngsters an up-close look at law enforcement. By doing that, the police department hopes to build respect for the law and enhance the child's self-esteem. The staff members of the camp are various state and local law enforcement personnel and guest speakers. Highlights include live police scenarios, SWAT demonstrations, K9 demonstrations, mass casualty simulations, police/fire obstacle courses, hands-on equipment displays and team building activities.
Go to www.respectforlaw.net for more information.
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