Youth Programs








July 15 – 18, 2019

Metro Police Camp 911 is a fun, interactive introduction to Emergency Services. The program will teach youth in grades 3-5 how to prevent common traffic and home injuries, how to give simple but lifesaving emergency care to injured victims, and will provide information about working in the emergency services field.

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Registration ends July 1st

Metro Police Camp 911 will be held at the Swartz Creek United Methodist Community Center, 7400 Miller Rd, and will be limited to 40 campers. The Camp runs for 4, full-day sessions. Lunch will be provided to campers.  All campers must be " checked in" by an adult and NO supervision is provided prior to the scheduled start time of each session. NO CHILDREN SHOULD BE DROPPED OFF AND LEFT UNATTENDED. Campers must attend ALL 4 days of camp to be eligible for the completion certificates and other prizes. Children will not be dismissed earlier than the scheduled time, except in cases of emergency or previously scheduled medical appointments. Parents must complete the liability release form (page 3) in order for campers to be admitted to the camp. ON MONDAY, July 15th, EACH CAMPER MUST BRING A PROPERLY SIZED BICYCLE HELMET AND ON THURSDAY, July 18th, EACH CAMPER MUST BRING WITH THEM A TOWEL. This program is presented by the Metro Police Department and sponsored by the Swartz Creek Area Kiwanis Club. The camp also receives additional support through businesses and private donations. There is no charge to campers to attend. The material presented has been prepared by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Office of Highway Safety Planning, the Michigan State Police and the Metro Police Department.

CAMP 9-1-1 July 15-18, 2019

Check in is at 9:00 a.m. each day and out at 3:00 p.m.


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