Kent Police Youth Board

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Raising awareness about teen issues through youth-driven activities

What does the Youth Board do?

  • Meet students from other Kent Middle & High Schools
  • Plan and implement the annual Game of Life Youth Conference - which has over 300 students participate from South King County
  • Create a community based project focused on drug and alcohol prevention - for our Spring 2011 project we created public service announcements that air at Kent Station's AMC theatre and on local Comcast Channels. Check them out here and here!

If you enjoy meeting other teens, working with your community, and would like to be a positive influence to your peers, Kent Police Youth Board is definitely for you.

How often does the Youth Board meet?

We meet the second and third Wednesdays of each month at the Kent Senior Center from 3:30-5 p.m. with some other days mixed in!

How do I apply to be on the Youth Board?

For more information on how to join Youth Board, contact Stacy Judd at 253-856-5883 or download an application.

Value Statement

As a member of the youth board we will…

  • Have a positive influence on our peers toward making healthy choices
  • Be driven by our genuine care and interest of making a difference
  • Value our friendships in and outside of the youth board
  • Respect ourselves and others with an open mind
  • Strive to uphold our strong integrity through our actions and words

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