Explorers are required to donate at least 10 hours a month which include weekly trainings. The trainings cover a wide variety of topics including ethics, physical fitness, tactics and legal issues dealing with various different types of law enforcement activities. Most of the trainings include lecture and plenty of "hands on," role-playing scenarios.
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The Chico Police Department Explorer Post is a youth organization for young people between the ages of 14 and 20 who are interested in a career in Law Enforcement. The program is designed to expose youth to all aspects of Law Enforcement and to aid them in making future career decisions. The program also instills confidence, discipline, self respect, respect for others and the importance of teamwork.
Congratulations to Explorer Sergeant Kevin Spring and Former Explorer Christopher Merrifield. Both just graduated from Army Basic Training and Infantry School at Fort Benning Georgia and will be joining their California National Guard Unit. Double click here to edit this text.
Congratulations to former Explorer Erik Fuchs who recently graduated the Butte Police Academy and began his Law Enforcement career with the Oroville Police Department.