Explorer’s Post #778

The Prescott Police Department Explorer Post is an active post for young men and women in the Prescott area who are interested in a career in law enforcement. Explorers work with a team of officers who strive to help each Explorer understand what a police officer’s duties are, as well as build good character.

Additionally, Explorers at the Prescott Police Department are able to participate in the Ride Along Program, where they have the chance to observe a patrol officer as they complete their duties. The Prescott Police Department Explorer Post aids the Department and the local community throughout the year by volunteering at activities such as parades, parking control, and other community events.

Explorers have the opportunity to attend regional and national competitions, academies, and conferences.

Requirements:
  • Must be older than 14 years and younger than 21years of age
  • Be of good moral character and integrity
  • Be a law abiding citizen
  • Maintain passing grades in school
  • Complete an interview with an adviser

The Prescott Police Explorer Post Consists of three advisors and a Sergeant. You can contact any adviser or the Sergeant of the Community Services Section for any information or services provided by our post at 928-777-1988.

CONTACT

  • Police
  • Police Admin
  • Police Department

    222 S Marina St

  • 928-777-1900 Emergencies: Dial 911
  • Non-Emergency Number: 928-445-3131
  • Barking Dog Hotline: 928-777-1DOG (1364)
  • 928-778-3739

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