Explorers Post 911
The Meriden Police Explorers, Post 911, was founded in 1981. The Post is a nonprofit organization sponsored and administrated by the Meriden Police Department as well as affiliated and chartered with the Boy Scouts of America and the North East Regional Law Enforcement Educational Association –(NERLEEA)
Our primary goal is to provide different aspects of Police work that may build a foundation of knowledge for a career in Law Enforcement. Post 911 Bylaws.
Who can become a Police Explorer?
The Meriden Police Explorer program is for young adults between the ages of 14 and 21 years who are interested in Law Enforcement. The program prepares these young adults to mature and become responsible, caring adults. It is also an EXCELLENT opportunity to learn and experience Law Enforcement as a career choice. Explorers form unique relationships with trained and certified Police instructors as they are exposed to the many facets of Law Enforcement including the duties and responsibilities of a Police Officer, forensic science, investigation, self-defense, firearms and weaponry. Explorers are invited to participate in our ride-along program and are allowed to ride with patrol officers and respond to police calls, participating in the normal routines of community policing. Explorers also learn proper radio operating procedures, how to write police logs and reports, and how to interact with different individuals in the community. Explorers may also assist officers in a variety of situations including directing traffic at accident scenes and routine investigations.
When are the meetings and where are they held?
How can I become a Police Explorer?
If you have any questions regarding the Meriden Police Explorers or are interested in becoming a member, please call
203-630-6291 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download the application to become an explorer and send to :
OFFICER MICHAEL HADVAB
MERIDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
50 WEST MAIN STREET
MERIDEN, CT. 06451
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