Police Explorer Program

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About the Police Explorer Program

The Police Explorer program introduces young adults to the nature and complexity of law enforcement. Students develop individual character, build leadership skills, and gain an appreciation for community service to help prepare them for a career in law enforcement.

What is Exploring?

The Boerne Police Department sponsors Explorer Post 413, which is part of the nationwide Exploring program. Exploring exists to teach important life and career skills to young people from all backgrounds through immersive career experiences and mentorship provided by community and business leaders.

Together, we equip young people with character, leadership and life skills that can be used both today and in their future careers. Exploring is based on a unique and dynamic relationship between youth and the organizations in their communities.

Exploring Outcomes

Students who participate in the Exploring program benefit from hands-on experience with dedicated instructors. Some of the key training areas of the program are:

  • Patrol Tactics
  • Crime Prevention
  • Communications
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Physical Training
  • Traffic Control
  • Firearms Safety

Join Boerne Explorer Post 413

Boerne Explorer Post 413 is open to students between the ages of 14-20 years old. Participants must be at be in at least the ninth grade to join. Students under the age of 18 must have parent or guardian approval to join. Finally, all participants must remain in good academic standing.

Email Officer R. Gomez to learn more about joining Boerne Explorer Post 413.

Watch the video below to learn more about the Explorer program. Watch on YouTube.