JOIN THE ROSEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT EXPLORER POST #108
The Roseville Police Department’s “Explorer Program” is a unique and challenging opportunity that allows young men and women (ages 16-20) to be an integral part of the Department’s operations while gaining exposure as to what a career in law enforcement would be like. Explorers are trained in many aspects of law enforcement and have opportunities in working alongside officers who are in the field patrolling the streets of Roseville.
The Explorers are required to purchase their uniforms and equipment, but we can always help families with hardships as well. There are no additional fees or dues associated with the program. For more regarding the Explorer Program email your questions to EAdvisor@Roseville.ca.us.
The Mission of the Roseville Police Department is to develop young men and women into responsible and productive citizens through discipline and a commitment to serve their community.
To teach leadership, integrity, commitment, and responsibility to young men and women. To build good character and citizenship.
To assist the Roseville Police Department in providing services in the community especially in times of emergency.
To instill an understanding and appreciation for the justice system and law enforcement field.
Must be between 16 - 20 years of age
Have an interest in Law Enforcement
Must have at least a 2.5 GPA
No drug or alcohol use
Free of serious criminal record
Pass a background check
YOU MUST BE WILLING TO:
Read and write police reports
Participate in Explorer Activities
Learn criminal law and police procedures
Attend a minimum of 10 hours a month for meetings and activities
Competitions allow Explorers the opportunity to test their knowledge and abilities. They represent the Roseville Police Department as they compete against other Explorer Posts in various scenarios.
In the scenario the Explorer takes the role of the investigating officer and responds to their given situation. Explorers will train for months ahead of time to expand their skills and adequately prepare. Competitions take a considerable amount of time, effort, training and dedication. Previous competition events have included: traffic stops, foot pursuits, DUI investigation, search warrant service, domestic violent investigation, building searches, shooting skills and many others!
Ride Along with officers in the field
Assist with clerical duties
Physical fitness training
And many more!
Exploring is a great to see what police work is really about. It opens many doors and presents opportunities for the leaders of tomorrow. Several Roseville Police Explorers have used their experiences to help attain college degrees and law enforcement careers.