Martin County Police Athletic League
Martin County PAL (MCPAL 501 c3) is a crime prevention community program designed to provide alternatives to drugs, crime, delinquency and violence through sports and mentoring. PAL will also develop the bond between the youth of Martin County and law enforcement.
Martin County PAL Boxing has USA Certified Boxing Coaches. We teach and train the youth in Boxing Fundamentals and conditioning. When the athlete is ready and willing they can move into our competition team and start competing in USA boxing events. This program is open to youth ages 8-17 Male and Female
Leadership Program: This program is designed to provide students with an environment for leadership values to be introduced, practiced, and shared. This program offers a desirable portrait of leadership based on values that can be applicable to a student’s life — values that youth can admire, implement, and choose to aspire to for a more positive and sustained style of leadership. Ages 12-17.
Martin County PAL Middle School Wrestling’s goal is to introduce youth to the sport of wrestling. We will emphasize the fundamentals of wrestling to include basic skills, drills and techniques in a fun and positive manner. This program will prepare them for High School Wrestling. This program is available to middle school students.
Parents can play many roles in sports: current or former athlete, coach, fan, motivator, role model or critic. A few studies have shown that family members may influence an athlete’s involvement and achievement in sport more than coaches. Parents also are the first and most critical agents at socializing sports.
More information about the Martin County PAL program
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office supports the goals and activities of the Martin County Police Athletic League (MCPAL). MCPAL is a separate 501C.3 organization, registered with the State of Florida. The MCSO does not have any financial or administrative responsibilities with regard to MCPAL