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Posted on: April 27, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Apopka Police & Fire Youth Camps

2021 Public Safety Youth Camps. Fire and Police Badge. Firefighter with hose. Participants.

Registration for 2021 Apopka Police and Fire Youth Camps

Online registration is now open for Apopka Police and Apopka Fire Youth Camps for Summer 2021. Register online at www.Apopka.net/Registration by clicking the button to Log In/Create Account. Families must create a new profile in CivicRec in order to register for camp. Please Note: If you have previously used the CivicRec site, you will just need to log in to your existing account. 

Apopka Youth Fire Camp 2021

This camp is for ages 8 to 13.
Cost: $80 (Includes all camp activities, lunch and afternoon snack, and a t-shirt)  
Visit our Fire Camp page for complete details, including dates and times. 

Experience a week of hands-on activities and exercises that will expose kids to the world of fire safety promoting team building, volunteerism, and leadership. We put the fun in learning while challenging them both physically and mentally. Participants will enjoy a behind the scenes look at fire and emergency medical services, while getting an opportunity to explore possible career choices.

There will be a mandatory orientation meeting on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 6:30 PM at the Leroy F. Gilliam Training Center. This meeting is for all four Apopka Youth Fire camps. 

For more information, please email Lieutenant Jerold Maynard

Apopka Youth Public Safety Academy 2021

Camp is for ages 14 to 18 years of age.
Cost: $125 (Includes two camp t-shirts, water bottles, lunch, and field trip fees)
Visit our Police page for complete details, including camp dates and times.

Does your child have an interest in Law Enforcement or Firefighting/EMS/Paramedic as a career?  Have them come experience what it is like by learning from Apopka's finest first responders. As a student, they will learn all aspects of police and fire services. They will have hands on experience by participating in daily physical conditioning, scenarios, and field trips. 

Included topics include: SWAT, Fire Suppression, Crime Scene Investigations, Vehicle Extractions, Police K9, Jail Tour, High Angle Rescues, and much more! 

Please Note: This program is intended to give local youth who are interested in Public Safety a better understanding of Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services in our community, while getting an opportunity to explore possible career choices. Due to the popular demand for this program, we ask that families who have already participated in this camp allow new Apopka families to experience this cutting edge program. 

There will be a mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 6:30 PM at the Leroy F. Gilliam Training Center.

For more information, please email Officer Jason Wiggins

Online Registration for Camps
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