The Safety City program, which is a collaborative effort with the Parks and Recreation Department, the Muskego Woman's Club, Muskego-Norway School District and the Muskego Police Department, needs teenagers to help.
Safety City is one of the the first formal learning experiences for a child, especially with regard to contact with law enforcement. It's now in its 34rd year, and will be happening Monday through Friday, July 16th – 27th.
According to Lt. Dave Constantineau with MPD, "teens assisting in the Safety City program receive the experience of mentoring, being an educator, and performing community service."
Class sessions are 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-2:30 p.m. Teens may sign up for one or both sessions. Forward your applications (snail mail) to Muskego Police Officer Gary Mrotek, W183 S8150 Racine Ave, Muskego, WI, 53150 or email@example.com, by June 30th. There will be a new volunteer orientation meeting on Saturday, June 30th, at 10AM, at the Muskego Public Library.
Teens can fill out a volunteer application at the Parks and Recreation or Muskego Police Department or accessing on online.