The Roseville Police Activities League, Placer County Sheriff's Activities League, and Rocklin Police Activities League, offer a variety of athletic, social, and summer programs for youth in Placer County. Most of our members come from low-income, single-parent households, or foster homes. Programs, which run year round, are low-cost to avoid the exclusion of any child due to family income. As local non-profit organizations, we strive to prevent crime in our area by intervening in the lives of youth early on and assisting in the development of meaningful relationships with police officers. These PALs (or SALs) are part of one of the largest organized crime prevention programs in the country, the CalPAL organization.
On December 3, 2016, we are hosting our Inaugural Crab Feed! This fun event will be filled with Placer County officials and members of the community who commit themselves to helping programs such as these. All proceeds from the event will be divided between agencies and directly benefit all three programs! This event is Hawaiian Theme- so wear your best Hawaiian attire!