Law Enforcement Adventure Program (LEAP)

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Virginia Rules : Law Enforcement Adventure Program (LEAP) is a week long youth camp that was developed to strengthen the relationship between police and our youth, and to give them some insight into basic policing, with an opportunity for some hands-on learning with local officers in a fun, safe manner.  The youth camp will not only be educational, but will also have outdoor activities, events and competitions, to create some teamwork with officers and youth alike. It is also designed to dispel teens misconceptions of law enforcement, and law enforcement’s misconception about teens, and to give guidance to those interested in a career in the criminal justice field.  All Louisa County's rising sixth, seventh and eighth graders are welcome to apply applications need to be turned in by June 1, 2018 at 5:00pm.  

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided at the Louisa County Middle School each day. 

The Louisa County Sheriff's Office is sponsoring this camp in partnership with Louisa County Public Schools, Louisa County Parks, Rec and Tourism, Virginia State Police and many other Louisa agencies.  Participants will have a chance to experience many facets of Law Enforcement as well as participate in outdoor activities, team building and receive training in CPR.

Information about the current LEAP Camp can be located on the application that are available in the right column or at: