News Release From: Indiana State Police 2008 State Police Summer Camps For more than 30 years, the Indiana State Police has offered young people an exciting, up-close look at law enforcement and the criminal justice system through its youth camps. The camps help students gain respect for themselves and others through programs, which demonstrate the rewards of hard work and dedication. Below is a list of the 2008 youth camp locations, dates and fees. All camps are co-ed. Respect for Law Camp (for students entering the 5th and 6th grades) Fee: $95.00 • June 5-7 University of Southern Indiana • June 12-14 Vincennes University • June 26-28 Hanover College • July 10-12 Anderson University • July 17-19 University of Indianapolis • July 17-19 University of Notre Dame Lions Law Camp (for students entering 7th and 8th grades) Fee: $110 • June 25-28 Vincennes University • July 9-12 Anderson University Career Camp (for students entering 9-12 grades) Fee: $225 • July 6-11 Vincennes University Campers learn teamwork skills while gaining self-confidence. The Indiana State Police camp programs teach students that discipline is a pre-requisite in gaining self-respect, and self-respect is the first step in gaining the respect of others. For more information or to download a camp application, visit the Indiana State Police website at www.in.gov/isp/2670.htm or call the Indiana State Police Youth Services toll free within Indiana at 888.477.9688.