Junior Police Call has boosted mutual exchanges and understanding between police and youths since its inception in 1974, said the Chief Secretary Anson Chan Fang On-sang. Speaking during a visit to the JPC summer camp at the Pak Tam Chung Holiday Village in Sai Kung, Mrs Chan had high praise for the scheme and what it had achieved, noting that it had also promoted team work between police and youths in the fight against crime. Over the past 22 years, the JPC scheme has grown into the largest youth organisation in the territory, giving its 200,000 members a wide range of sports, cultural and recreational activities. The summer camp is one of its most important annual events. This year's camp has adopted a slogan from the Fight Crime Campaign - 'In Life, There Is No Take 2' - as its theme. More than 1,800 JPC members attended the camp which featured various activities ranging from swimming, cycling, ball games and archery to seminars, competitions and concerts.