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altLaw Enforcement Exploring is a career education program for young men and women who are 14 to 20 years of age.

Law Enforcement Exploring provides youth with an insight into a variety of criminal justice careers through various hands-on activities which include: 

  • Criminal and traffic law
  • Crime scene investigation
  • Vehicle collision investigation
  • Report writing 
  • Defensive tactics
  • Firearms
  • Community service events
  • Field trips

Explorer Post 592 is the oldest, continually chartered, Law Enforcement Explorer Post in the Mid-America Council. The current Advisor is Deputy Jay Wingler who can be reached at 402-444-6173. 

Meeting Time:

The Post meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, at 1900hrs (7:00 P.M.), at the Douglas County Law Enforcement Building located at 3601 North 156th Street.

The annual registration fee for each Explorer is $35.00.

 

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