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'21 Youth Public Safety Academy to be held virtually

Peter J. Koutoujian, sheriff

 The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office will offer a free, virtual Youth Public Safety Academy (YPSA) again this summer. 

“While our goal had been to host an in-person camp this summer, it takes months of planning to properly prepare for a high-quality learning experience like YPSA,” said Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian.  “With limited guidance available to us early in the planning process on how summer camps could safely operate and what compliance measures might look like, we decided the best decision was to follow the successful model we implemented last year when we held a series of free, virtual YPSA sessions.”

Additional information regarding the 2021 Virtual YPSA will be released in the coming weeks.  Families with questions about YPSA may contact Director of Community Affairs Ken Doucette at 978-495-7408 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To read the full letter from Sheriff Koutoujian to families regarding this year’s YPSA, visit middlesexsheriff.org/YPSA.


May 4, 2021: Middlesex sheriff, Cambridge partner use wastewater analysis to monitor for Covid
 

This news announcement was published Thursday, May 13, 2021.

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