What is Laurel Police Activities League (PAL)?
PAL seeks to enrich the lives and develop the physical, mental and social capabilities of Laurel Youth by creating opportunities for positive relationships between Youth, Police Officers, and the Community by providing a variety of recreational, athletic, social, educational, and cultural activities and programs.
The Laurel Police Activities League is a non-profit organization that provides recreational and educational activities for the youth in Laurel at low or no cost.
Who can join PAL?
Boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 18 are eligible to participate in PAL programs. Individuals may join an activity any time during the year. However, programs often change periodically and space is limited in some programs.
PAL concentrates on prevention; addressing issues that lead to crime before it actually occurs. Developing strong relationships with kids in the community helps build respect for those who wear the badge and trust in a child, making crime prevention a reality. PAL is a unique organization focused on building these relationships by involving the community's youth in positive activities with positive role models. Besides being fun and educational, our programs address social issues such as peer pressure, emotional insecurity and academic problems.
If you would like to join PAL, please call the PAL office at 301-498-0092.
How can I volunteer?
Laurel PAL could not succeed without dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please call the PAL office at 301-498-0092.
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