A cooperative venture between the Clark County Sheriff's Office and Learning for Life.
The Explorer Program is designed to give students ages 15½ to 21 an opportunity to observe the criminal justice system and assist them in making an informed career decision. Explorers provide non-enforcement assistance to the Sheriff's Office and serve their community through a wide variety of functions.
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Clark County Explorer Post 893 is open to both boys and girls. Any person who desires to participate as an Explorer must meet the following criteria:
- Be between 15½ and 21 years of age
- Enrolled in or have graduated from high school
- Minimum of 2.0 grade point average
- No felony convictions
- Misdemeanor convictions and involvement will be evaluated
- Practical Career Development
- Leadership Development
- Community Service
- Social Interaction
- Examine Opportunities in the criminal justice field
- Ride-a-longs with Deputy Sheriffs
- Police Tactics Training
- Law Enforcement Competitions
- Community Service Functions
- WLEEA Academy
The success of our Explorer program is due, in part, to our partnership with several other organizations. To find out more about them, click on the links below:
The Cascadia Technical Academy program.
The Vancouver PAL (Police Activities League) is our fiscal agent. Click here to make a difference with your tax exempt contribution.
Washington Law Enforcement Exploring Advisors (WLEEA) conducts an intensive, six day training academy for Explorers.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Explorer Post 893 please call (360) 397-2104 or email Sgt. Alex Schoening at Alex.Schoening@clark.wa.gov.