What is Law Enforcement Exploring?
What Type of Activities and Benefits are available to Explorers ?
The Aurora Police Explorers are civilian volunteers who perform
a variety of community relations work and are a valuable asset
to the police department.
Explorers participate in community events by assisting
with traffic and crow control.
That can assist at the three Police District Station Front
Desks answering phones and providing information to the
Explorers conduct tours of Police Headquarters.
Explorers who complete 8 hours of service or training for
each month have the opportunity to ride with a patrol
officer and experience first hand police operations in the
Explorer participate in local, regional, and national
training in arrest contact, tactical
operations, crime scene investigations, hostage
violence, ethics, traffic stops and
other law enforcement subjects.
The Explorer Post hosts an annual paintball/camping
weekend for its membership.
Explorers have the opportunity to
money for college.
in the program are eligible for
leadership positions in the Post. Post leaders plan and
organize post functions.
Explorers who excel in the program are eligible to receive
Civil Service Preference points when they apply to
become an Aurora Police Officer.