The Police Explorer Club is a new program and is different that the Police Explorer Post. The main difference between the two programs is the age of the involved participants. The Police Explorer Club is a program for youths in grades 6 through 8 that runs alongside out Explorer Post program.
Club members attend bi-weekly meetings with explorer post members who will mentor them along with adult advisers.
Club members learn all the various jobs that law enforcement handle throughout their day and careers.
Due to the fact that club members are younger than explorers, there are some activities that are not open to them. Some of these activities include, but are not limited to, police ride-alongs and pistol qualifications. Club members will assist in the same community service projects that the explorer post members participate in such as event parking, Operation Safe Kid, bike helmet/safety, and other projects. Club members are also allowed to participate in the explorer post's summer and fall outings during non conference years.
**At this time, applications are currently being accepted for both programs.**
Pictured below are several club members and some of their post aged mentors at a state competition in May 2015. Although club members are not allowed to compete, they often still attend competitions to support one another and learn.