Are you a student interested in a career in law enforcement?
If the answer is yes, then the Kennesaw Police Department Explorer program is a great way to get started.
The Explorer program provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about the law enforcement profession, participate in regional and national competitions and earn college scholarships.
In the Police Explorer program, you’ll receive training in these areas:
- General Police Procedures
- Traffic Control
- Accident Investigation
- First Aid
- Criminal and Traffic Law
- Crime Prevention
- Crime Scene Processing
To become a Police Explorer you must meet the following criteria:
- Be between the ages of 14 – 18
- Be enrolled in an educational program equivalent to high school
- Have no criminal record or background
- Have and maintain a good moral character
- Pass a background investigation
- Demonstrate a willingness to participate in Explorer activities
- Not be affiliated with another Police Explorer post
- Must be in good standing with the Kennesaw Police Department
- Be willing to adhere to the Kennesaw Police Department Code of Conduct when representing the Kennesaw Police Department and Explorer post
For more information about becoming a Kennesaw Police Explorer, please contact Officer Matthew Meade or Officer William Bostic at 770-422-2505 or via email.