Roll Over Vehicle Simulator at the 2015 Community Safety & Wellness Expo
Distracted Driver Vehicle
Distracted Driver Vehicle at the 2015 Community Safety & Wellness Expo
Sheriff's Summer Youth Camp
The Warren County Sheriff’s Summer Youth Camp started in 2004 as a promise made by Sheriff McEathron for the youth of Warren County. This camp is provided for children who live in Warren County/Front Royal. The camp is designed to build a more positive relationship between law enforcement officers and the youth within the community. With generous donations by local businesses and individuals, this camp is provided free of charge to the parents.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Camp runs for five consecutive days. Campers and counselors stay overnight on site at the 4-H Center located in Front Royal, VA. There is a wide variety of activities that campers and counselors participate in, including canoeing on the Shenandoah River, fishing at Isaak Walton, and a challenge course that builds confidence and teaches team work skills. The atmosphere is not only fun, it is also a learning experience for the campers as well as the counselors.
The selection process for the Sheriff’s Camp usually starts around January with applications being distributed to all of the Elementary Schools along with the Warren County Middle School. Area youth between the ages of 10 and 13 — or fifth to seventh grade — are invited to go through the application process in order to spend a week with deputies enjoying activities, games, and new friends.
If you have any questions regarding the Warren County Sheriff’s Summer Youth Camp, contact Lt. Ray Fogle, Director or Deputy Cindy Burke, Co-Director at 540-635-4128 or by email at email@example.com.
Child Identification Program
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office Child Identification Program provides parents/guardians with personal fingerprint identification cards for children ages four and up. Parents of toddler- age children are provided with a special identification packet designed for parental utilization with their child at home.
Child fingerprinting is usually done by our D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness Resistance Education) Officers during annual community events. Completed child fingerprint cards are given to the parent/guardian of the child and should be kept with the child’s personal records. Dates and times of community child identification events are advertised via local media services. This service is provided to the public free of charge.
For more information regarding our Child Identification Program, contact Deputy Larry M. Funk at 1-540-635-0399 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.