LAS VEGAS -- Clark County high schools are ready for new students and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is ready for new Explorer recruits.
The Explorer Program is currently accepting online applications for new members and anyone interested in the program is encouraged to come to the Explorer program First Timer's meeting on September 15 at 8 a.m. at LVMPD Headquarters, 400 S. Martin Luther King Boulevard and find out more.
The LVMPD Explorer program teaches young adults career paths in policing, corrections, crime scene investigation, and police dispatch fields. The Metro 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 to develop personal and mental fitness.
Program participation requirements are that the participant be between the ages of 16 and 20, 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. Come and Explore Metro and discover your career in law enforcement.
Before attending the First Timer's meeting, prospective applicants must first apply online at www.LVMPDExplorers.com
Click this link for more information about the Explorer Program
or the First Timer's meeting please contact Officer Michael Rodriguez via e-mail at mailto://M12717R@LVMPD.com