The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Frederick County Parks and Recreation to offer the Junior Deputy Academy again in 2018 for the children of Frederick County. This 4 hour program provides kids ages 5-11 with a close-up look at Law Enforcement and tools of the trade. The children will have the opportunity to learn what it is like to be a police officer by participating in activities and having a chance to see departmental equipment, and watching a K-9 demonstration. Participants will learn about gun safety, illegal drugs, physical fitness, and other important topics. Participants should be prepared to be outdoors the whole time.
The Junior Deputy Academy will be Wednesday June 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Community Park in Middletown. Registration is limited. Participants will be divided into separate age groups.
You may register your child online, use course code 15815. You may also register by calling Frederick County Parks and Recreation at (301) 600-2936. Enrollment for registration begins May 8th. Registration will be closed on May 31st unless all available positions are filled prior to this date.
There is no cost for this program and parents are not required to stay.