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Police Athletic League (PAL) centers provide a safe, positive and developing atmosphere for youth via after school and summer drop-in programs, through which youth are offered a variety of fun and enriching daily programs. These programs help youth to develop:

  • Affirmative behavior and strength of character 
  • Respect toward others and the community, as well as camaraderie with peers
  • Various aspects of their lives, including academics, the arts, athletics, community service, social interaction, nutrition

Programs are supervised by PAL coordinators and leaders, which include police and community volunteer involvement, who work together to provide positive role models for the members.

Your Local PAL Center

Free membership is open to all residents of Baltimore County between the ages of eight and 17. An annual registration is required and must be signed by a parent or guardian. A registration form can be obtained at your local PAL center:

  1. Cockeysville
  2. Dundalk
  3. Hillendale
  4. Lansdowne
  5. Mars Estates
  6. Scotts Branch
  7. Shady Spring
  8. Winfield
  9. Woodmoor

Board of Directors

A volunteer Board consisting of men and women from the business community, nonprofit and government sectors governs the PAL and oversees fundraising for the program.

Donate Now

Help support educational and recreational programs provided through the PAL. Donations may be made online by selecting the button below, or by mail sent to:

Baltimore County PAL
9831 Van Buren Lane
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030

Program Contact

Community Supervisor: Andre' Clark

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9831 Van Buren Lane
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030

Hours:

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phone:

Fax:

410-825-3305

Director

Roslyn Johnson

 
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