LYNNWOOD, Wash., June 11, 2021 – Registration is now open for the Lynnwood Police Police Camp for youth ages 10 to 14 years. All county youth are encouraged to apply; however, space is limited!

It’s a fun week of learning safety skills, team building, leadership development, physical activities and much more!

Camp Dates: July 26-29, 2021 from 8:30am – 4:00pm each day

Registration Fee: $125 per child, limited scholarships are available 

Application deadline: June 25, 2021

Registration: To register, contact Connie Avalos-Galer at cgaler@LynnwoodWA.gov or 425-670-5613. or click register.

The Lynnwood Police Youth Camp is the perfect opportunity for young men and women who want to become a police officer, or just want to learn about law enforcement, to join the Lynnwood Police Department for a four-day summer camp.

It gives youth a chance to interact with law enforcement and have positive experiences with the police, as well as learning safety tips, team building challenges and leadership development.  Some highlights include spending a day of team building at High Trek Adventure for a high ropes course challenge. Participants will also learn about police science, work with the K-9 unit and participate in SWAT team activities, plus much more!

All health guidelines set by the CDC during the youth camp will be followed. Cancellation may occur depending on current COVID restrictions.

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