Mansfield Police Explorer Post 4751
Exploring is for young people between the ages of 14 and 20 years of age who are in High School or College and are interested in a law enforcement career. Law Enforcement Exploring
provides a comprehensive program of training, competition, service, and practical experiences. Character development, physical fitness, good citizenship, and patriotism are integral
components of the overall program. Through their involvement in the program, Explorers develop an awareness of purpose, mission, and objectives of law enforcement agencies. Explorers
have the chance to learn the practical, as well as, tactical aspects of police work by law enforcement professionals.
The Mansfield Police Explorer Post 4751 is chartered with Learning for Life, which is part of the Boy Scouts of America. The Post Advisor is a Sworn Mansfield Police Officer who oversees the program with the help of additional sworn police officers and adult volunteers to provide adult leadership. All leaders are registered with Learning for Life and have completed mandated Youth Protection Training.
The Mansfield Police Explorer Post participates in the annual Heart of Ohio Law Enforcement Explorer Competition and the Biennial National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference/Competition. In addition to preparing for competitions the Explorer Post participates in many community service opportunities throughout the year. The Explorer Post also assists the Police Department in areas such as crime prevention, traffic/crowd control, and neighborhood watch functions.
The Mansfield Police Explorer post meets weekly on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at the Mansfield Police Department, Hutchison Memorial Classroom. For additional information please call (419) 755-9722 and an advisor will return your call.