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Watertown Cadets Finish Middlesex Sheriff’s Youth Academy – Patch.com

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The camp ground is available to children ages 9 to 11 and includes six one-week sessions work graduates 100s of youth cadets every year.

Watertown youths were became a member of by children from Cambridge, Framingham and Natick, who spent four days gaining knowledge from people from the Middlesex Sheriff#8217;s Office and native police and fire departments.

The cadets take part in several training exercises through the week, including fire hazard courses within the Middlesex Sheriff#8217;s fire safety trailer team development exercises in the Boys amplifier Women Club of Greater Billerica Canine demos and visits with local police and fire authorities.

#8220;For 17 years YPSA has introduced together local youngsters and people from the public safety community,#8221; Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian stated inside a pr release. #8220;YPSA is definitely an incredible chance to instill existence training, provide critical public safety tools to a lot of our youngest citizens, and permit children and public safety professionals to invest time understanding each other. That#8217;s the reason I#8217;m so incredibly happy with the program.Inch

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