PALS was designed to build positive relationships between the police and youth 12 & 13 years of age. PALS has been a successful police-youth initiative since 1992 using sports and recreation to help students balance their growth and development academically, physically, socially and emotionally. PALS youth and police meet weekly after school, on school property.

PALS Permission slip to participate in the program are handed out at the beginning of the school year for parents to sign. The weekly visits commence as early as possible in September and run until the end of May after school for approximately an hour.

The Six Nations Community Service Officer coordinates the mid-year and year end PALS trips. Approximately 120+ students are transported by coach bus on a ski trip to Horseshoe Valley Ski Resort and to a paintball excursion. The

If you have any questions regarding PALS you can contact the Community Service Officer Arnold Jacobs Jr. by email ajacobs@snpolice.ca or during business hours Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at 519-445-2811.