Welcome to the new Florida PAL Website!

The Official Website of the State of Florida Association of Police Athletic / Activities Leagues Inc.

Latest at SFAPAL:

PAL Spotlight

Florida PAL hosted it's annual State Cheerleading Competition December 7, 2013 at Embry Riddle University's ICI Center. With 10 SFAPAL chapters and over 300 cheerleaders this event is one of the most exciting and the only all girl event Florida PAL conducts each year.

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Florida PAL had an awesome 16th Annual Youth Directors Conference! New for 2014, conference participants experienced our first ever Robotics Class, Public Speaking, and focused on Life After-High School. Youth leaders began to navigate their own blue print for the future. Please click on the video link and watch as members of our Youth Conference Committee with the help of Steele Studios (Austin Steele- FL PAL YCC Alumni and Aakash Bakshi) showcase their talent in the 2014 YDC Rules and Regulations Video shown during the conference kick-off and Pep Rally!! Make sure to view the photo montage of the event participants as well. If you weren't there you missed a first class event and we hope you will join us next year!!

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Hot Off the Press

Florida has specialty license tags for every thing you can think of - all good causes and worthwhile. To someone in the midst of making a decision on which to support, may we say, "What better choice could you make than investing in a child's future?" That's what the Police Athletic League (PAL) tag does: it directly funds beneficial programs for Florida's youth.

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Chief Richard Wiley
West Melbourne, Florida

Chat with the Chief,
a conversation with Chief Richard Wiley

by Karen Fleming

Chief Wiley was a PAL Kid!
Growing up in Philadelphia, Richard Wiley was the youngest of four children in a fatherless household, with a hard-working waitress mother and a live-in grandmother. In Philadelphia there were about twenty-five PAL centers, all located in city recreation centers. Chief Wiley's mother signed his brother and him up for the free PAL after-school care.

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