The Police Explorers Program is temporarily inactive.
What are the Explorers?
The Explorers are a division of the Boy Scouts of America for young
men and women of high school age. The Explorer Post recruits members,
elects officers, and plans programs based on need and Post capability.
What will a law enforcement Explorer do?
Examples of Police Explorer service include:
- Crime prevention
- Assisting the needy
- Security checks
- First aid
- Assist motorists
- Receive complaints
- Assist in locating missing persons
- Provide geographic directions
Law enforcement Explorer Post participate in a variety of programs
and projects featuring training, skills development, community
service, and having fun.
Who should be a member of the Explorers?
Young men and women who are interested in:
- A law enforcement career
- Building social skills
- Learning leadership skills
- Improving mental and emotional fitness
- Working outdoors
- Firearms safety
- 14 and completed 8th grade - 20 years of age
- No criminal history
- Graduated or in school
- If under 18 parental approval
For information on becoming part of our Explorer
Team please contact
Capt. Denise Harris-Powell at 672-4122.