The Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona is providing an online registration system for Camp Fury, a public safety camp giving girls entering 9th-12th grades the opportunity to learn about careers in law enforcement, fire, and EMS service.
Camp Fury provides the girls with hands-on skills to understand what it's like to work in both police and fire departments. In the five-day, four-night experience, girls will practice search and rescue skills, crime scene investigation techniques, and perform physical fitness drills. The camp is a partnership between the Girl Scouts and many public service agencies, including the Tucson Fire and Tucson Police departments.
Any girl can register for the camp, which runs from May 30-June 3.