On May 21, 2017, Members of the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office attended a Crossover Ceremony for the Yorkville Cub Scout Pack 350 Den 9 Tigers. These scouts have completed their Tiger requirements and are ready to receive their rank advancement for their honored Emergency Preparedness Award pins. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office, Bristol- Kendall Fire Protection District, and Kencom 911 Center worked with the leadership of Cub Scout Pack 350 Den 9 in creating Camp 911, a training program that covered topics ranging from online safety, 911 dispatching, bicycle safety, fire safety and first aid. After completing all required training, 13 scouts were awarded with their Camp 911 Certificates and Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Emergency Preparedness Award pin presented by Sheriff Dwight Baird during the Crossover Ceremony. Sheriff Baird said, “We were all honored to have been part of this amazing experience and look forward to continuing a partnership with the Cub Scouts. Assistant Den 9 Leader David Berault added, “Den 9 truly appreciates all of the hard work and interest shown by our Sheriff in teaching these children proper safety. We were honored to have Sheriff Baird and Deputy Lawson comes to the Crossover Ceremony to personally award these young Scouts and hope that this will lead to future coordination between the Sheriff and Cub Scouts to educate our children."