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Explorer program is designed for young men and women between the ages of 14-21
who have an interest in Law Enforcement.The exploring program is coordinated through Learning for Life, which
has a variety of Explorer Programs available in many different career
fields.Explorers participate in ride
alongs with police officers, attend regular monthly training classes, perform
community service, and assist the police department and City with a wide
variety of activities throughout the year.Explorers are provided exposure to training in many of the same areas
that full time officers are, with the hope that the experience will help these
young men and women make a career choice.The program is designed to build leadership skills and provide hands on
experience in career fields they are interested in.
Police Explorer Post attends several regional and national Explorer Conferences
where Explorers are given the opportunity to meet other Explorers from around
the country and test the skills they have learned.
Program is run by advisors, who are full time police officers with the City of
Brighton.The advisors serve as mentors
and role models to the explorers.The
advisors for the program are Sergeant Matthew Domenico, Sergeant Monce
Portillo, Corporal Justin Stadler, Detective Erica Ruybal, Detective Justin
Moore, Officer Valerie Rice, and Officer Keith Soustek. Please contact Sergeant Matthew Domenico with
any questions you may have.