Police Activities League
The Saint Paul Police Activities League (P.A.L.) utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth. It is based on the idea that young people can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers in their journey through life toward the goal of maturity and good citizenship. PAL gives kids a safe place to play, positive role models, and creative activities to engage in—all for FREE
P.A.L. connects city youth with activities all over the city. Some of the fun activities kids get to experience:
Bi-weekly trips along local trails, plus bike safety rodeos.
Summer skills camps featuring pro baseball players.
Cops and Bobbers
Fishing trips with naturalist and professional anglers.
Ice-skating and hockey lessons with university players.
Lessons with local pros.
Outings to local attractions and games with peace officers. Some example of the activities hosted in the past include Nerf wars, Harding Fitness club, Horseback riding, Laser tag, Snow tubing, Science Museum of Minnesota, Swimming, Bowling, Saints Games, Timberwolves Games, Gopher Volleyball, Gopher Soccer, Twins Games.
How do I get my child involved?
For information on how to get your child involved with the St. Paul Police P.A.L. program, please contact our Community Engagement Office at 651-266-5485. You may also visit our events page to locate events near you.
P.A.L. has also proudly worked with the following organizations to offer outreach and mentorship:
St. Paul Parks and Recreation
St. Paul Public Schools
National Park Service
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Ramsey County Parks and Recreation
Ramsey County Sheriff’s office
University of Minnesota
Joe’s sporting goods
Science Museum of Minnesota
Boys and Girls Clubs
Opportunity Neighborhood – Ames Lake
Herb Brooks Foundation