There will be demonstrations on the importance of wearing safety belts and booths explaining the importance of saying no to drugs and alcohol, Roper said.
There also will be a demonstration on how to correctly leave a burning house, Roper said.
Prizes to children will range from portable radios to bicycle helmets, Roper said.
Parents also can receive instructions on how to properly install a child safety seat and can have their safety seats inspected, Roper said.
Teams of 10 or more children will compete against individual police and firefighters with the loser ending up in a puddle of water, Roper said.
The event is sponsored by local police departments and fire and rescue companies as well as the Clean-FOCUS Coalition.
As a way to encourage children to meet with police officers and firefighters, the children will be given sticker booklets.
Each officer and rescue person will have stickers to give the children and then will sign their names under them, Roper said.
Children who get five or 10 stickers will receive prizes.
Roper said the event gives the children and their parents a chance to meet the police officers and firefighters in a different way.
Many times, Roper will hear parents in a restaurant say to their children that if they don't behave, the police officer will take them away.
That gives children the wrong image of police officers, Roper said.
The events allow children to see police officers as regular people and also as someone who is friendly and helpful, Roper said.
Among the events scheduled for the day is a West Virginia National Guard Parachute Team demonstration at noon, Roper said.