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Applicants must be Greenwich residents or children of town of Greenwich employees who are entering 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in the Fall of 2017. There is a $105.00 fee for the program. The fee may be waived upon request and based upon need. The fee will provide each participation with a YCPA Tee shirts, certificate of completion, and a BBQ lunch on the final day of class. The class size is limited to 40 participants and will be filled on a first come first served basis. 

Applications may be obtained in person at the Greenwich Police Department front desk, the Greenwich Town Hall reception desk, or downloaded here

A completed completed application packet ( 9 pages) must include the following forms: -Medical waiver form -Explorer Club Youth application -Greenwich Police YCPA registration -Activity and Photo consent -$105.00 check or money order made payable to "Silver Shield Association"

Any questions should be directed to the the Greenwich Police Department Community Impact Section-(203) 618-8307.

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