Sheriff’s Sportsman’s Project
A program designed to get our youth connected with the outdoors. Activities include trap shooting, fishing, camping, quad riding, and more.
Program Manager: Deputy Bob Hauck, (916) 801-0415 | Website
Project Lifelong empowers youth through their love of skateboarding and adventure and is proud to provide skateboarding youth with opportunities to experience local/regional skate parks, surfing, hiking, camping, and more.
Program Manager: Sean LaTour | 916.570-2807 | email at email@example.com | Website
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A positively cool program that brings deputy sheriffs into the school where students, staff, and law enforcement can have positive interactions with one another. Deputy Friend works with students by providing a reading program called Reading Stars, classroom presentations, and in some cases, Deputy Friend can be a buddy to talk with during lunch.
For more information: (916) 333-6464 ext. 2807
SCIP’s Youth Leadership Council provides 12-17 years olds with an opportunity to plan activities, events, and attend statewide youth leadership events.
For more information: (916) 570-2807 | Program Flyer
The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) is proud to introduce the S.H.O.C.K. program to students, parents, and school staff in Sacramento County. This very successful youth diversion program was developed by sheriff’s deputies from the Apple Valley Police Activities League and the Apple Valley Police Department, located approximately 92 miles east of Los Angeles.
The S.H.O.C.K. program along with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, will take a leadership role by partnering with Community-Based Organizations, local businesses, and other youth-serving agencies, to reach out to those youth considered at risk for making poor choices in their lives. Chronic absenteeism, continuous disruption to classroom learning, signs of experimentation with drugs and/or alcohol, as well as involvement with the gang lifestyle, are considered behaviors that could lead to devastating life-long consequences.
This program is designed to:
- Re-direct negative behavior
- Provide partnerships with law enforcement, the community and schools
- Increase understanding of the criminal justice system
- Emphasize the legal consequences of violating the law
Class #18-1 (Spring) is full. Referrals and inquiries regarding Class #18-2 (Fall) are accepted using our online referral system. (NOTE: there are new requirements for this program. Please view/print the S.H.O.C.K. information packet)
Other Great Programs
California Division of Corrections & Rehabilitation Prison Outreach Program (POP)
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Solano State Prison; Inmates and staff expose youth to the realities of prison life. This program is for both male and female youth 12-17 years old (Not on Probation)
A lunchtime program for 1st-5th grade students. Program staff along with interact with the students in a variety of sports and recreational activities.
For more information: 916-570-2807
Impact Boxing Club (IBC)
The IBC is SCIP’S original and longest-running youth program featuring boxers at all levels–from novice to experienced fighters who compete in USA Junior Olympics. The IBC is a member of USA Boxing. Program Flyer | Physical Form
For more information: Jose Diaz, Program Supervisor | 916-570-2807 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who attend school AND are willing to become positive leaders in their community are encouraged to complete a Member Application. Membership in SCIP is required in order to be eligible to participate in the many programs, activities, and events SCIP has to offer.
Here are a couple of ways to complete your membership application:
- CLICK HERE to view/print the full PDF Membership Application. Return completed & signed application along with payment to the SCIP office.
- ONLINE APPLICATION – you can submit a membership application using SCIP’S Membership Portal. To complete the online version, you will need to print and sign the fillable Online Version of the membership application. The signed forms can then be scanned to your profile, emailed, dropped off or mailed to the SacSCIP office. Once you submit the application, you will receive an email that contains two important links:
Sheriff’s Community Impact Program
Attn: SCIP Membership
2350 Northrop Avenue
Sacramento CA 95825
Hours: Drop-off time is between 9:00am and 4:00pm (Monday-Friday | Closed holidays)