A week of activities for young people!
The camp for future police recruits allows young people from the Mont-Tremblant area, who are in 5th and 6th level high school, to experience a memorable week by living activities related to policing. Foot patrol, nautical (boating) patrol, forest rescue and evidence gathering are some of the activities provided by the camp.
For a 9th year, six students from the Mont-Tremblant area will have the opportunity to participate free of charge in the Camp aspirants policiers (Camp for future police recruits) during the week of July 8 to 13, 2018, at the Base de Plein Air de Mont-Tremblant.
How do I register?
The candidate must write a motivation letter explaining why he or she is attracted to the police work. In signing the letter from their child, the parents authorize the youngster to participate in the competition. The young people are asked to send the letter so that it arrives by Monday, May 11, 2018, at the Service de police located at 380 rue Siméon, to the attention of Officer Mathieu Hinse or Marie-Ève Tassé-Lafrance or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org [...].
For further information, contact Officer Mathieu Hinse or Marie-Ève Tassé-Lafrance at 819-425-2723, ext. 4002.