Code Blue & Mini-Blue Programs

Code Blue

The Surrey RCMP has a multi-pronged approach to addressing youth issues and preventing youth from getting involved in crime. The Code Blue and Mini-Blue programs are proactive endeavours that help to build positive police-youth relationships through fitness. Both programs are a partnership between the Surrey RCMP and Surrey School District.

Physical benefits aside, the real value to the programs is the self-confidence gained by participants and the leadership skills that are learned. The programs build a sense of accomplishment as the youth realize their own physical abilities, and the value of working together as a team.

Code Blue

In 2013, the Surrey RCMP launched Code Blue, an after school fitness training program led by RCMP officers in select Surrey secondary schools. Police officers participate and engage students in grades 8-12 in physical activity workouts that resemble police officer training. The program is currently being offered upon request at Surrey secondary schools.


Launched in January 2017, the Mini-Blue program positively engages youth in grades 5, 6, and 7 (critical ages prior to grade 8 entry) with Surrey RCMP officers. The program focuses on relationship building and mentoring through fun physical activities, interactions and a short talking point. This gives participants a body and brain boost that sets them up for an afternoon of learning.

Mini-Blue sessions are held once per week at five Surrey elementary schools during the school lunch hour.

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