The Fort Myers Police Department’s annual Respect for Law Camp is a summer tradition. The goal of the camp is to give youngsters an up-close look at law enforcement. By doing that, the police department hopes to build respect for the law and enhance the child's self-esteem. The camp’s staff members are local law enforcement personnel and public safety guest speakers. Highlights of the camp include live police scenarios, SWAT demonstrations, K9 demonstrations, police obstacle courses, hands-on equipment displays and team-building activities. The four-day, three-night Respect for Law Camp is open to children ages 11-14. Enrollment in the camp is limited to the first 132 campers to apply. In 2013 the camp runs May 30th through June 2nd. If you register your child before April 15th the cost is $75 and includes all instruction, food, and lodging. After April 15th the cost increases to $95. To register, an application must be completed with a check or money order attached (made out to "Respect for Law Camp"). Children from throughout Southwest Florida are welcome to apply. For additional information contact Officer Athena Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 321-7700.
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