- Prevent youth crime in Delaware by providing youth between the ages of 8 to 18 with supervised athletic, educational, and social development activities.
- Reach out to youth with programs which address citizenship, self-esteem, substance abuse, and respect for law and order.
- Encourage participation and support by the community in P.A.L. programs to help build a solid foundation for Delaware’s youth- for life.
The Police Athletic League of Delaware prides itself on being an integral part of the lives of young people. Throughout the school year as well as the summer months the PAL offers many different prevention programs that we hope will deter juvenile delinquency. Through collaboration with the New Castle County Police Department the effectiveness of these programs is intensified. The officer’s presence and influences on the young people promote a positive outlook for possible future endeavors.
P.A.L. is currently reaching out to Delaware’s youth from three sites in New Castle County; New Castle, Hockessin and Delaware City.
DID YOU KNOW…
Register your child now for the after-school program at the Hockessin P.A.L, New Castle P.A.L at Garfield Park or Delaware City P.A.L! Membership is FREE!
Contact any P.A.L location for more information.
Sign up now for the PAL Spring Basketball League and Skills Clinic! The skills clinic is for boys and girls between the ages of 8-10 years old. The league is for boys and girls between the ages of 11-13 years old.
It’s that time of year again! Register your son or daughter for the Hockessin PAL Summer Fun Camp. Please complete all 3 and mail, fax, or email to Camp Director Chris Colby with the deposit.
The PAL Dance scheduled for Saturday, February 14th will be POSTPONED UNTIL MID-MARCH. Please check back soon! Dances run from 7-10pm at the Hockessin PAL Center.