Police Explorer Post #1854

The Rockwall Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Program is a program that is designed to introduce participants to all aspects of law enforcement. The Police Explorer program provides young men and women the opportunity to learn about the possible career choices that are available in law enforcement today, and it also offers participants the opportunity to learn about police techniques and procedures in a classroom and practical environment.

The Police Explorer Program was designed by the Boy Scouts of America and is administered through the Learning for Life Organization. The Police Explorer Program strives to build good character and promote good citizenship, while encouraging participants to develop personal and mental fitness.

Both male and female young adults are encouraged to join. To become a member of the Explorer Post #1854 you must be between the ages of 14 and 20 years of age, have parental permission if under the age of 17 and be enrolled in a high school and maintain a ā€œCā€ average in each subject. In addition, you must pass a thorough background investigation and a review board. Once accepted into the program, each Explorer must complete the Basic Explorer Training Program which will be taught by Explorer Advisors. Explorers are volunteers and are not commissioned as sworn peace officers and have no enforcement authority beyond that of any citizen.

To learn more about the Police Explorer Program please contact Sergeant Steven Brassil at (972)772-6727 or Officer Christopher Cleveland at (972)772-6746.

 

 

 

 

 



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