WARREN COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - This week, Warren County has more than 120 seventh and eighth grade students from the northern part of Indiana learning about law enforcement careers.
Pine Creek Camp hosted the 34th Annual Indiana Sheriff's Association Youth Leadership Camp.
Some of the activities the campers have learned are how to assess a crime scene and how to deal with a domestic situation.
Warren County Sheriff Rusty Hart said they hope to make a positive influence on the kids.
"Trying to hopefully give them a little bit of skill, some ideas that might help them stay out of trouble or maybe they'll help one of their fellow students," said Hart.
On July 10 through July 12, the Indiana Sheriff's Association Youth Leadership Camp will be serving the southern part of Indiana at Waycross Episcopal Camp in Morgantown.
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