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Youth Outreach Program

NBPD Summer PACTEAM Camp Flyer
  Summer camp is back!

   Calling all kids ages 8-12 to join the New Bern Police 
   Department for a week of fun-filled activities during
   our 2021 PAC-TEAM Summer Camp (Police and
   Children - Together Everyone Achieves More). There
   are 7 sessions this year beginning in July. Sign your
   youngster up today!

   Planned activities include:
   Meeting the Mayor, Chief of Police and the Sheriff
   Touring City Hall and the police department
   Meeting our police K9s
   Observing a bicycle safety demonstration
   Visiting the North Carolina Aquarium
   Going to Jungle Jump of New Bern, Mac Daddy's, the   
   movies, the gym, and local parks
   Participating in team-building exercises

   Click here for the Registration Packet
   Download the Camp Flyer

Project Positive Focus

Project Positive Focus (PPF) was implemented in May 2005, when a group of community leaders, parents, citizens and members of the department met regarding “gang-related activities.” Officers walked away from that meeting with the thought of providing a structured program for teens ages 13-18. Teens meet once a month year round and participate in numerous prevention and educational programs including:


ECU Football Games, ECU Basketball, Bowling, trips to Kings Dominion, Adopt-A-Highway projects, Leadership Development courses, SAT Prep/Study Skills classes, College Tours, Budgeting lessons, Bingo Night, Computer Skills (Basics) classes, Interview Skills teaching, Peer Pressure & Bullying Programs, Social Needs assessment, a Team Building Obstacle Course and social outings are just some of the programs and events included in Project Positive Focus. 

You can register by visiting the New Bern Police Department between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or you can complete the Project Positive Focus Registration Form and return it to the New Bern Police Department at 601 George St., New Bern, NC 28560.  Registration forms are accepted year round.  If you have questions, please contact the New Bern Police Department at (252)672-4100.