Wanted: Junior RCMP officers in Langley

Register your child for this summer’s free Jr. Cadet Camp

Langley RCMP are offering the popular Junior Cadet Camp again this July. The Community Police Offices will be hosting the camp at Langley Events Centre Field House for its 12th year, from Tuesday, July 4 to Thursday, July 6.

The free three-day camp is open to children ages 10 to 12 who reside in Langley and who have not participated in an RCMP camp before.

Boys and girls interested in learning more about policing are invited to join. Over the three days, the Cadets will learn about Air One, forensic identification, police dog services, the fire department, emergency health services, first aid and many other exciting topics. There may even be a surprise or two.

You must pre-register and be accepted in order to attend. Applications will be available beginning May 1 at the Langley RCMP’s main detachment in Murrayville and at all five Community Police Offices in the Langleys.

Applications must be received on or before June 3.

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