If you are a teenager or young college student that is thinking about pursuing a career in law enforcement, then you will want to participate in the upcoming Explorers Program. The program begins in January 2011, and, although sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America, is open to both men and women aged 14 to 21. However, there is not much time left to get your applications in. Once the City of Sandy Springs chooses 12 successful applicants, the application process will be closed.
As a participant in program, you will get a real feel for what it takes to be a police officer. You’ll be included in an assortment of police activities including DUI Checkpoints, traffic details and road races or with manpower on other large functions. The Explorers will also be trained in police functions geared towards honing their skills in preparation for competing in national explorer competitions.
There really is not a better way to experience the law enforcement profession without actually being an employee. In addition to the training and practical experiences you’ll receive, the program also emphasizes character development, physical fitness, good citizenship and patriotism. Through your involvement in the program, you’ll develop an awareness of the purpose, mission and objectives of law enforcement agencies.
To join the Police Explorers Program, contact Officer Corey Begeal at 404-403-9431.
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