New Round of Brick Police Explorers Coming

The next session for those hoping to join the Brick Police Explorers is coming up.

Police Explorers allows for younger folks to volunteer and receive training on law enforcement skills, in hopes of igniting an interest in teens looking to become police or other emergency responders.

Brick has its own police explorers program, and the deadline to apply to participate is next week.

Here are the full program details as announced by Brick Sgt. Henry Drew:

The Brick Township Police Dept will be conducting a Police Explorer Academy for interested and qualified youth candidates beginning in February 2014.

Law Enforcement Exploring is a worksite-based program sponsored by a local law enforcement agency, in this case, it is the Brick Township Police Department.
The purpose is to help young men and women age 14, who have completed eighth grade or are 15-20 years of age, get an inside look at the field and make an educated and informed decision about a career in Law Enforcement Members of explorer post #230 receive hands-on training in many areas of law enforcement including, but not limited to:
Traffic Stops
Criminal Law
Self Defense
First Aid / CPR
Accident Investigations
Physical Training
Crime Scene Investigations
Domestic Violence Intervention

Interested candidates should respond to Brick Township Municipal Court Room with on January 19th between the hours of 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Applications will be made available on this date to those who attend.
No pre-registration is required.
Anyone unable to attend the meeting or having any questions should contact Patrolman Ryan Talty or Patrolman Brian Foley via telephone at (732)-262-1666.    
Donnie Brasco January 15, 2014 at 09:26 AM
Good news. I hope there is a large turn out.
Richard Lau January 16, 2014 at 05:49 AM
A fabulous program for our young adults.


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