Indiana Troopers Youth Services Camp Season Is Almost Here, We Need Your Help

The Indiana Troopers Youth Services (ITYS) is seeking donations to support the Indiana State Police Youth Summer Camp Programs. The summer camps have been a long tradition of the Indiana State Police; dating back to the first camp program in 1970.

Youth attending ISP Youth Summer Camp programs experience activities similar to what ISP troopers receive while attending the Indiana State Police Academy. Some activities youth are exposed to include SWAT, Bomb Squad, K-9 team demonstrations, Crime Scene Investigations, Emergency Vehicle Operation, Firearms, and Defensive Tactics. The summer camps, held at various locations around the state, are available for youth starting the 5th grade to the 12th grade.

The ITYS fund raising goal is $10,000.  You can help with a donation to this Go Fund Me site Using Go Fund Me ensures your donation will be used to financially assist children attending ISP summer camps.  Please know, members of the Indiana State Police will NEVER call to solicit donations and no organization is permitted to solicit donations in the name of state police summer camps.

All donations are applied toward camp related expenses, inclusive of lodging, meals, and nominal administrative costs.

Thank you for your donation to the ITYS camp programs that continue to be an important part of the Indiana State Police and have created positive and lasting memories for Hoosier children for nearly 50 years.  No donation is too small, and every donation helps continue the legacy.


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Learn more about the ISP Youth Summer Camp Programs at

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