Police Explorer Program
The Explorers are a dedicated group of non-sworn volunteers between the ages of fourteen to twenty-one (14-21) years of age that are interested in the challenging career of Law Enforcement. The Police Explorer Program, which is a division of the Boy Scouts of America, is a program designed to provide young people with an opportunity to learn and train in a law enforcement environment. Clayton County Police Department Post 927 serves members within Clayton County, with the goal of teaching leadership skills and an appreciation for their community. Thereby developing adults that will continue to enrich and give back to the community as responsible adults. The Explorers provide assistance to, and part-time staffing of, community events and crime prevention programs. They are utilized in the planning, organization, and presentation of programs within their expertise, abilities, and training.