EXPLORER POST #18
Lee County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post #18 is a career exploration program, hosted through Learning for Life, for boys and girls ages 14 through 21 whom express interest in a career with Law Enforcement. Explorers shadow Deputies to receive training, experience, and general knowledge, in the several aspects involved with a career in Law Enforcement. If you are interested in becoming a part of this magnificent program, attend our next meeting where you will be provided with all of the information to get you started.
Interested in law enforcement?
Between the ages of 14 (entering the 9th grade) and 21? Want to start taking a huge step towards the criminal justice career?
THEN THIS IS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU!
For further information on becoming a member of Lee County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post #18, contact your School Resource Officer, or contact us at the information below.
Lee County Sheriff's Office
Youth Services Division
2855 Colonial Boulevard
Some Things We Do:
- Ride-A-Longs (Traffic, Marine, and Aviation) and Hand’s On Training
- Communications and Traffic Control
- Radio and Computer Usage
- Community policing projects (child finger-printing, child safety programs, and crime prevention.)
- Court Operations and Honor Guard
- State Competitions and Boot Camps
- Pistol Team