Clemson police plan first ‘CAMP 911’ for children

CLEMSON — The City of Clemson Police Department and the Clemson University Police Department have teamed up to create their first annual youth camp. Called CAMP 911, the camp take place in Clemson July 15-26. Thirty area children aged 7-12 are registered to take part in this year’s camp.

The camp is meant to provide students with a positive recreational and educational experience during their summer break, along with mentorship and positive interaction with area police officers.

The departments hope the program will serve as a preventive measure to help children resist the influence of youth crime, drug

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