St. Michael Area Teens Can Participate in Wright County Explorer Program
Young people can get a taste of life as a Wright County Sheriff's Deputy through the explorer program, which has been serving students for more than 30 years.
The Wright County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Explorer Post 3641 invites students ages 15-20 interested in joining to attend the 2012 Annual First Nighter Recruitment and Informational meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17 at the Wright County Law Enforcement Center - 3800 Braddock Ave NE, Buffalo.
As an Explorer, students gain insight into law enforcement as a prospective career opportunity. Explorers receive academic and basic skills training related to the law enforcement profession and related careers. Explorers also train for scenario based competitions, and eligible members can participate in the Ride-Along program.
The Wright County post has been a part of the Sheriff's Office since 1979 and has seen over 40 of its members go on to successful law enforcement careers.
Parents are certainly encouraged to attend the First Nighter as well.
For more information or if you are interested but unable to attend this meeting, you can contact the Post through the Sheriff's Administration desk at 763-682-7622, and leave a message for Sgt. Dave Nystuen.
For more general information about Law Enforcement Exploring visit www.mnleexplorer.org or www.learning-for-life.org.