Police Program - Junior Police Academy & Field Day

The Upper Dublin Township Police Department conducts an annual Junior Police Academy for our Township youth. This program is designed to educate our younger residents on crime prevention and personal safety.

On Monday, August 8, and Tuesday, August 9, 2016, the Upper Dublin Police Department will be hosting its annual Junior Police Academy from 9 AM - 12 PM at the Upper Dublin Township building. The two-day event features a tour of the station, SWAT team demo, bomb squad, helicopter landing, investigation demo, fire and EMS trucks, K9 unit demo, and much more surrounding the job of a police officer.

Also, the Upper Dublin Township Police Department will be conducting a “Field Day” for township youths between the ages of 8 and 12. The event will take place on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at Mondauk Common (located on Dillon Road between Limekiln Pike and Susquehanna Road in Upper Dublin Township).

Individual events will begin at approximately 9:30 AM after a brief opening ceremony. The events will include a relay race, kickball game, Frisbee toss, sponge relay, water balloon race and a tug of war. A BBQ lunch will be served to all participants and prizes will be awarded. Face painting, music, and water ice truck to follow. Field Day should be completed by 1:00 PM.

The purpose of Field Day is to promote good relations among local youths and the police department, as well as teach teamwork to the youths. Numerous township police officers and employees are involved with this event through coaching teams, running events, and spending time with the children. There are still spots open to register. Contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 215-643-1600, x 3443.

We look forward to seeing everyone!

Contact person:

Detective Mike Scarpato

Coordinator, Junior Police Academy/Police Field Day



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