Registration for RCMP cadet camp begins May 2

Popular camp runs from July 12 to 14 at Langley Events Centre fieldhouse

Registration begins May 2 for the popular  RCMP Junior Cadet Camp, running this year at the Langley Events Centre fieldhouse from July 12 to 14.

Now into its 11th year, 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. 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 some surprises too.

You must pre-register and be accepted to attend. Applications will be available May 2 at the Langley Detachment in Murrayville and at all five Community Police Offices in the Langleys. Applications must be received by June 3.

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