PHOTOS: IMPD hosts football jamboree to engage with at-risk youth in Marion County

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Hundreds of people gathered at the Emmerich Manuel High School in Indianapolis to participate in a football jamboree Saturday morning.

The event was hosted by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s Neighborhood Engagement Office.

The goal of the event was to engage the at-risk youth of Marion County in educational, cultural and fitness activities that will deter crime, increase self-esteem, and promote a positive relationship between police and kids.

Fourteen Indy PAL Football teams and cheerleaders were in attendance.

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