Law Enforcement Explorers
What is Law Enforcement Exploring?
It is a program of Learning for Life, subsidiary of the Boy Scouts of America for young adults ages 14 21. Its purpose is to offer a balanced program of career opportunities, leadership experience, life skills, service learning, and character education to America’s youth.
Law Enforcement Exploring provides opportunities for young adults to explore law enforcement careers, the criminal justice system, and to promote character development and citizenship among America’s youth.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the National Sheriff’s Association (NSA), support and promote the organization of Law Enforcement Explorer Posts.
What do Explorers do?
- Meet the first and second Thursday of each month and learn about topics in law enforcement. Click here for 2014 calendar, first six months of meetings.
- Participate in local and out-of-state training conferences and field trips.
- Participate in the Police Ride-Along Program.
- Assist with law enforcement related activities such as – traffic direction – parades – community fairs – crime prevention programs – child fingerprinting
- Explore all this and much more!
JOIN TODAY! Click here for the brochure and membership form. Just fill it out and mail it to the address listed on the form.
Learn more about the Henrico Police Law Enforcement Explorer program. Click here to see the slideshow they presented at their October meeting. After the slideshow opens, click on each slide to advance to the next.