Respect for Law Camp is a great opportunity for local youngsters to learn respect for the law by giving them a close-up look at local law enforcement in an action-packed weekend. Learn more.

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Are you considering making a donation to an organization? Would you like to help provide a child aged 11 to 14 with an exciting, fun-filled weekend? Let’s discuss your possible donation to the Respect for Law Camp.

As mentioned on our About page, the Respect for Law Camp provides children ages 11 to 14 with a action-packed weekend that teaches RESPECT, SPIRIT, LEADERSHIP, TEAMWORK and KINDNESS. Three of the most important things our Platoon Leaders focus on over the weekend is respect for others, respect for law enforcement, and most importantly, respect for themselves.

Each year it cost approximately $32,000 to run the three-day camp. This includes housing for each child, meals, items and equipment, and fees charged by some of our presenters. While most of this is covered with camper registration fees and proceeds from the annual golf scramble, just that alone does not cover the entire cost of camp. In addition, several individuals and departments provide scholarships each year so that no child is turned away because they cannot afford camp.

The Butler County Chiefs of Police Association, the parent organization responsible for the Respect for Law Camp, is a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization. If you choose to donate, please keep the receipt provided after you’ve given your donation for tax filing purposes.

Please consider making a donation to the Respect for Law Camp. A donation of any amount is greatly appreciated.