At Indiana State Police Career Camp, teens can learn first-hand what it’s like to be in law enforcement. Camp start July 7th at Trine University in Angola.
The camp is open to any child going into high school, or that has graduated, but not yet attended college. It’s open to both girls and boys.
Campers can expect to get a real taste of what it’s like to be a police officer. They’ll experience the same things officer face in their careers, and see other professions within the law enforcement field.
The campers will conduct their own crime scene investigations, hear from defense attorneys, judges, and other criminal justice experts. Some physical training will be given, as well.
The camp is held at Trine University, to give campers an idea what college life is like. At the end of camp is a graduation ceremony, where friends and family are invited to attend.
The ISP Youth Camp at Trine University is July 7th through the 17th. It costs $255 to attend. Some financial aid may be available.
You can learn more and sign up at Trooper.org/camps.