Law Enforcement Exploring is a program for both male and female young adults and is run in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America. The program focuses on orienting young adults to law enforcement operations and establishes an awareness of the complexities of police service.
Adult advisors are volunteers who make up the adult leadership team for the Explorer program. The leadership team consists of an advisor, associate advisors, post committee participants and consultants.
Adult advisors must complete the Adult Explorer Leader Basic Training Program.
Interested adults should complete a Program Capability Inventory form and turn it in to their Police Regional Command Center.
Membership in Law Enforcement Explorer posts is open to young adults ages 14 through 20. Below are additional requirements for eligibility:
Registered Explorers are covered by the BSA liability insurance policy.