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The Baltimore County Police Department has scheduled a Basketball Clinic for Saturday, March 30. Kids from ages 8 to 17 are invited.

Walk-in registration with a parent or guardian begins at 8 a.m. in the Sollers Point Multi-Purpose Center, located at 323 Sollers Point Road in Dundalk 21222. The clinic begins at 9 a.m. and ends at noon. There will be pizza, snacks and water for the young athletes.

The officers will offer their skills and know-how to the kids on the court. They will learn teamwork. As they shoot the hoops, they will see the officers as people, not just someone with a badge and uniform. The person on the court is not just the officer in the neighborhood, but someone to trust in a time of trouble. They will see a person like them. Our officers are great role models.

Cornelius McMurray, a top tier coach at Gooseneck Basketball and AAU Hall of Famer, will help train participants in skills, drills and fun.

Download and submit the registration and waiver form (PDF) to participate in the basketball clinic.

Bring your friends. There is nothing like a good game of “b-ball” with friends from your neighborhood!

View video from the spring 2018 Basketball Clinic.

Hope to see you there!

School is out and now it's time for the Baltimore County Police Department's Basketball Clinic. On Saturday, June 30, kids 6 to 16  are invited to this one day clinic hosted by the Wilkens Precinct.

Walk-in registration begins at 7:30 a.m. in the gym at Leadership Through Athletics, located at 2900 Hammonds Ferry Road, Halethorpe 21227. The clinic begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. There will be pizza, snacks, water and Gatorade for the young athletes and officers.

The officers will offer their skills and know-how to the kids on the court. They will learn teamwork. As they shoot the hoops, they will see the officers as people, not just someone with a badge and uniform. The person on the court is not just the officer in the neighborhood, but someone to trust in a time of trouble. They will see a person like them. Our officers are great role models.

Download and submit the registration and waiver form (PDF) to participate in the one day basketball clinic.

Bring your friends. There is nothing like a good game of “b-ball” with friends from your neighborhood to start the summer off right!

View video from the spring 2018 Basketball Clinic.

See you there!

The Baltimore County Police Department’s Basketball Clinics are gearing up for two days of fun for cops and kids.

The free clinics on Thursday August 10 and Friday August 11 offer area children a chance to sharpen their basketball skills under the guidance of Baltimore County Police Officers. The clinics will be held at the Leadership Through Athletics Center (LTAC), 2900 Hammonds Ferry Road, Halethorpe 21227.

Each day from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. young people will learn the value of teamwork. They will also get to know officers from their neighborhoods in a different light. Officers are not just uniforms and a badge; the men and women are moms and dads who just happen to be police officers.

Lunch, water and snacks will be provided at the clinics.

For more information contact Officer Boone at 410-887-5165 or Officer Hicks-Wright at 410-887-5901. Walk-in registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

View video from the spring 2017 Basketball Clinic.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017