The United States Police & Fire Championships

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the 2018 United States Police & Fire Championships.  If you are not familiar with us, below is a brief history of our organization and further details about volunteering.  

Thank you.

History
The "Original California Police Olympics" --

The first Police Olympics were held in San Diego, California in 1967, and were founded by San Diego Police Lieutenant Veon "Duke" Nyhus who recognized the need to promote physical fitness and camaraderie among members of the law enforcement community.  Duke formulated the idea of the Police Olympics and created the competition with an eye towards promoting physical fitness and sports as a means for officers to improve their overall fitness, reduce stress, and increase their professional abilities.

United States Police & Fire Championships are scheduled for June 2-9, 2018 in San Diego County. This Olympic-type event is open to individuals representing law enforcement, fire, prisons and border protection. 4,000 competitors are expected to compete in more than 55 sporting events at 35 venues.

Check-In Locations Have Changed!

We Have changed things up this year and do not have a host hotel.  We have two Check-In Hubs that will be used for volunteer check-in.  

Central Registration Hub 
8304 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, Suite 107 
San Diego, CA 92111

South Registration Hub 
2800 Olympic Parkway 
Chula Vista, CA 91915

You hub information will be sent out in your final confirmation letter closer to the event.  




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