Latin American Police & Fire Games Federation (LAPFGF) Rules shall supersede all other rules.

All competitors must present themselves in person to the Host’s Registration Center before the beginning of their competition.
Candidates for the Latin American Police and Fire Games must meet the following requirements:

A) Work as police or public firefighters.
B) Have an official training as police or firefighters.
C) Have as main profession that of police or firefighter.
D) Work as a customs or prison administration agent
E) Work as a security agent in an official service, prison administration, international organizations, etc …
F) Being military, being able to have to work with the security forces
G) Be at least 18 years old on the first day of the start of the Games.
H) In case of doubt, the President of the JLPYB will make the decision and that decision will be final.


Entrants will be required to show current agency identification. If your agency identification does not contain a photograph, you will also be required to present a photo ID, such as a passport or driver’s license and agency ID before the Registration process can be completed. at Host Registration. After all requirements have been satisfied, competitors will be officially registered into the Games and will receive their Athlete Accreditation. This accreditation should be carried at all times and must be presented during check-in at the sports venues prior to each day’s competition.


Any retired person who meets the participation requirements will be admitted to the Games. You must provide some identification, such as a card or a letter from the corresponding organization.


There are generally three age divisions:

OPEN (from 18 to 39 years old)
MASTER (from 40 to 49 years old)
GRAN MASTER (from 50 years old).

For there to be a MASTER classification and medal delivery, a minimum of 3 participants are required; if this is not the case, those registered will compete in the OPEN category. For there to be a GRAN MASTER classification and medal delivery, a minimum of 3 participants are required; if this is not the case, those registered will compete in the MASTER category.


The valid age is the one you have on the first day of the Games. Teams must compete in the category of their youngest member


All eligible agencies must be specifically approved by the LAPFG.  The LAPFG may approve additional agencies, job descriptions and individuals if, after examination, it finds they qualify under the LAPFG eligibility rules.  In case of doubt, the President of the Latin American Games will take the final decision.


All Sport Entry Fees are payable to the Latin American Police & Fire Games in U.S. Fund 50 dollars if payment is made before September 20, 2022. The Registration is open from 1 July to 20 September 2022.  This fee entitles you to participate in 3 individual or team sport. In the event that any participant wants to compete in more sports, this fee will be 80 dollars (with the right to participate in up to 5 sports). After that date, the basic fee will be $ 80 to be paid in cash at the technical secretariat starting on Septembre 30, and each additional sport will cost $ 20. Registration and entry will be carried out via the Internet (registration section) by credit card, or on the spot, in cash. Registration by “team” in the shooting event and in the swimming relays will be made at the Technical Secretariat at least the day before the competition!


Each individual or team member must submit an online Sports Entry Form, a signed Release of Liability and Acknowledgement of Rules & Regulations Form, and pay Sport Entry Fees. One Sports Entry Form will NOT cover more than one person


Judo and martial arts/karate puntos entrants must submit a Medical Release prior to or during Host Registration. It must be signed by a licensed physician and shall be based upon a physical examination performed within 6 months of competition. This usually takes the form of a doctor’s note, stating fitness to compete in a contact sport.

Each athlete will have to certify that he is medically ok to participate in the sports he is accredited.


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