Police Youth Camp

Police Youth Camp

The Police Youth Camp enables pre-teen boys and girls ages 10-12 from Little Rock community to have direct and positive exposure to police officers through a five-day, four-night camp experience. The camp helps open lines of communication and improves relations between the officers and young people.  Ultimately, Police Youth Camp rewards kids for good behavior.

Mission Statement

To build positive relationships between youth and police through educational, recreational and positive interaction with police officers in order to promote a stronger community.

Everyone participates in a variety of activities including: 

  • Swimming, canoeing, fishing, and archery,
  • Sports activities such as volleyball, basketball, soccer, football, and dodge ball
  • Group games, campfires
  • Nature explorations, arts and crafts, and group projects
  • Small group discussions on self-esteem, bullying, team building, diversity, conflict resolution, alternatives to violence
  • Field trips to educational sites
  • Demonstrations by special police units such as Canine, SWAT, Crime Scene Search, and Mounted patrols
  • Discussions and role plays about police work and law enforcement

2018 Police Camp Application

Application and Recommendation Forms PDF (click here)

Parent Information Sheet PDF (click here)

Deadline for these forms to be received by the Little Rock Police Department is March 16, 2018

Return to:  3917 West 12th Street (12th Street Substation)

Email: 

Lieutenant Crystal Haskins
chaskins@littlerock.gov

Lieutenant Sidney Allen
SAllen@littlerock.gov