Las Vegas, NV - February 26, 2016 - The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is proud to announce a unique opportunity for young adults interested in a career in law enforcement through the LVMPD Explorer Program. This exciting career-based program introduces young adults to the various careers in law enforcement
Explorers will experience what it takes to be a police officer, how to process crime scenes, and how to take 911 emergency calls. Members will learn valuable leadership and life skills, make new friends, interact with the public, and most of all have fun. Becoming an LVMPD Explorer is a rewarding experience which will enhance the member’s role as a citizen and community member.
The LVMPD Explorer Program is a branch of the Boy Scouts of America’s Learning for Life program which was developed to help build good moral character, promote good citizenship and develop mental and personal fitness.
Those interested in participating must be between 16 and 20 ½ years of age, be of good moral character, have no felony convictions or lengthy criminal history, must pass a police background investigation, and must be motivated and willing to volunteer time in our community
Instructions and applications are available now at www.LVMPDExplorers.com. Applications will close March 7, 2016 or when 200 applications have been submitted.
For more information about the Explorer Program please contact Officer Michael Rodriguez via e-mail at M12717R@LVMPD.com, or visit www.LVMPDExplorers.com, www.facebook.com/LVMPDExplorers, or www.twitter.com/LVMPDExplorers or www.instagram.com/LVMPDExplorers