Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic this program is temporarily suspended.
The Hutto Law Enforcement Explorer Post number 7610 was chosen to honor Sgt. Christopher Kelley. 7610 was Sgt. Kelley’s radio number and has since been retired. Sgt. Kelley was killed in the line of duty on June 24, 2015 while attempting to apprehend a suspect. Sgt. Kelley was a friend, a mentor, and a leader within the Hutto Police Department. He is sorely missed and will never be forgotten.
What is Exploring?
The Hutto Police Department Explorer Program are chartered through Boy Scouts of America and is designed for young men and women between the ages of 14 and 21, who are interested in law enforcement training, community service and recreation programs. When you become a member, we hope to broaden your outlook into law enforcement as a career.
An Explorer has the opportunity to learn first hand about various aspects of law enforcement. The subjects of study include:
- Accident Investigation
- Arrest Techniques
- First Aid
- Traffic Stops
- Physical Training
- Firearm Safety
- Patrol Procedures
- Crime Scene Investigation
- Traffic Control
- Crime Prevention
The mission of the Hutto Law Enforcement Explorer Post #7610 is to provide youth the opportunity to learn firsthand practical law enforcement experience through a controlled environment. Explorers will learn the importance of leadership, teamwork, honesty, and service to the community. Explorers will develop characteristics necessary to become effective members and future leaders of our community.
For more information, please contact Officer Suzanne Glass email@example.com