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| Long Beach Police Explorers Post #295|
The Long Beach Police Explorer Post #295 is a program designed for motivated and service-oriented young men and women who have an interest in the law enforcement field. The Explorers attend weekly meetings where they receive training in all avenues of law enforcement. The program provides an opportunity for youth to gain personal satisfaction, enhance their leadership / teamwork skills and make a difference in their community.
What are the duties of a LBPD Explorer?
* Attend weekly meetings
* Work at business/information desk
* Participate in ride-alongs with Police Officers
* Assist with DUI Checkpoints
* Work with Department specialized units
* Participate in many other civic functions
Opportunities as an Explorer:
* Explorer academies
* Competitions against other Explorer Posts
* Field Trips
* Enhance your skills and abilities
* Assist other Explorer Posts
Benefits of a LBPD Explorer include:
- Training: Patrol procedures, communications, department regulations, criminal law, report writing, the fundamentals of police field work, physical fitness and more!
- Community Events: Safety fairs, fingerprinting, traffic control, fundraising, marathons and public service.
Who can be a LBPD Explorer?
* You live in Long Beach
* You are between the ages of 14 and 20
* You are free from physical limitations that might prevent you from completing any duty assignment
* You can commit eight hours of service per month after graduation from the Explorer Academy
* You maintain a 2.00 grade point average
* You have no felony convictions
* You are of good moral character
To apply, pick up an application:
1957 Pacific Ave.
Long Beach, Ca. 90806
The application can be picked up 7 days a week, between 6am-9pm.
To have an application mailed, call Detective Lisa Schumaker at (562)570-8597 or (562) 570-1425.