• Step 3: Wait for a call from pal support staff, who will notify the applicant if their application has been approved or denied. If approved, PAL will inform new members of  the registration process.

  • Scholarship applicants (for low income families) will follow same steps as above but also are required to submit proof of income at the time that the application is submitted.


the bond between

cops & kids, for 

Ages 7-18


Were you born to be a Leader? Join the Teen Leadership Council. Its never too late to join! Fill out a PAL application and we will help get you connected in your community.



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About PAL

PAL is based on the conviction that young people - if they are reached early enough - can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers in their journey through life toward the goal of maturity and good citizenship.

The PAL program brings youth under the supervision and positive influence of a law enforcement agency and expands public awareness about the role of a police officer and the reinforcement of the responsible values and attitudes instilled in young people by their parents.

  • Step 1: Pick up an application at the following locations:

    •  Family Resource Center, 650 Merchant St. Vacaville, CA 95688

    • Youth Services Section Campus Offices:

      • Vaca High School: 100 Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville

      • Will C. Wood High School: 998 Marshall Rd, Vacaville

      • Country High School: 100 McClellan St, Vacaville,

    • Online: vacavillepal.com

  •  Step 2: Turn in completed application to the Family Resource Center.