The 2012 Indiana State Police summer youth camps will soon be in session. Are you looking for something a little different to do this summer? The Indiana State Police summer youth camps are for students entering grades 5 through 12. Students annually interact with peers who have expressed common interests in law enforcement. Campers learn teamwork skills while gaining self-confidence. The Indiana State Police camps and programs teach students that discipline is a pre-requisite in gaining self-respect, and self-respect is the first step in gaining the respect of others.
Camps are held at colleges and universities around the state and offer campers a unique glimpse of campus life. Each program includes well-balanced meals and comfortable sleeping facilities. Camp staffs are hand-picked, responsible law enforcement personnel who have committed themselves to preparing today's youth for their future.
2012 State Police Youth Camp Schedule:
ISP Career Camp (Grades 9-12 -Co-Ed) Vincennes University July 8-13; Trine University July 15-20
Lions Law Camp Grades (Grades 7&8 -Co-Ed) Vincennes University June 13-16; Anderson University July 11-14
Optimist Respect for Law (Grades 5th&6th;-Co-Ed) Vincennes University June 7-9; University of Southern Indiana June 14-16; Hanover College June 21-23; Notre Dame June 28 -30; Anderson University July 12-14
For more information about our Indiana State Police Summer Youth Camps or to download an application go to our website at http://www.in.gov/isp/ or the youth services web site http://www.trooper.org, or call toll free (800-671-9851).
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