It’s Time For The Annual L.A.W. Camp!

The camp is open to youth ages 10 – 14.

L.A.W. Camp is a fun, engaging opportunity to help your child build trust, confidence and self-esteem that can change their outlook on life!

“Squads” of 10 campers – led by volunteers from the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office, Wichita Police Department and McConnell Air Force Base (including other law enforcement agencies and first responders) – will spend 3 days having a great time outdoors doing everything from fishing to kickball.  As campers last year said, “it was awesome and fun and everyone was so nice!”

JOIN US AT 

OJ WATSON PARK

June 25-27th, 2024

Cost: FREE!

The camp is open to youth ages 10 – 14.

3022 S McLean Blvd., Wichita, KS 67217

JOIN US AT 

OJ WATSON PARK

June 25-27th, 2024

(3022 S. McLean Blvd)

Cost: FREE!

The camp is open to youth ages 10 – 14.

It’s Time For The Annual L.A.W. Camp!

L.A.W. Camp is a fun, engaging opportunity to help your child build trust, confidence and self-esteem that can change their outlook on life!

“Squads” of 10 campers – led by volunteers from the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office, Wichita Police Department and McConnell Air Force Base (including other law enforcement agencies and first responders) – will spend 3 days having a great time outdoors doing everything from fishing to kickball.  As campers last year said, “it was awesome and fun and everyone was so nice!”

Campers get to enjoy a variety of experiences in tandem with Law Enforcement volunteers including:

  • Getting up close with firefighting, E.M.S., and law enforcement vehicles
  • Have a blast and cruise around on kayaks and pedal boats
  • Play kickball and dodge ball, pickle ball, kayaking, and mini golf
  • Witness the impressive skills of K9 police units
  • Foster teamwork through engaging Team Building exercises like fishing
  • Gain gang awareness insight and learn self-defense techniques
  • Boost confidence with other self-esteem building activities

“We have different units participating. Often, the only time the kids see them is when something bad has happened. So, it’s very good for our people and the kids to interact with each other when it’s a positive thing.”

Sheriff Jeff Easter

Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office

Campers get to enjoy a variety of experiences in tandem with Law Enforcement volunteers including:

– Getting up close with firefighting, E.M.S., and law enforcement vehicles

– Play kickball and dodge ball, pickle ball, kayaking, and mini golf

– Witness the impressive skills of K9 police units

– Boost confidence with other self-esteem building activities

– Foster teamwork through engaging Team Building exercises like fishing

– Gain gang awareness insight and learn self-defense techniques

– Have a blast and cruise around on kayaks and pedal boats

“We have different units participating. Often, the only time the kids see them is when something bad has happened. So, it’s very good for our people and the kids to interact with each other when it’s a positive thing.”

Sheriff Jeff Easter

Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office