Throughout the year our Explorers have numerous opportunities to participate in various activities through the city and police department. Locally our Explorers assist with all city events alongside our officers to make each and every event run smoothly. In addition to their local duties, our Explorers also have opportunities to showcase their progression at local, regional and national level competitions.
- Community Service Opportunities
- National Competitions
-Southeast Regional Competitions
- Local City of Woodstock Events Working Alongside Police Officers
- Ride-Alongs with Police Officers on Patrol
Interested teenagers can join the Woodstock Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Unit by being between the ages of 14 and 21, being in high school or college with at least a C / 2.0 average, being in good standing with all Woodstock police officers and civilian employees, being in good standing with the Boy Scouts of America and must be free of any criminal record.
The Woodstock Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Post meets every Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm for uniform inspection, training, discussions, and planning of many different projects and events Explorers participate in all year long.
The City of Woodstock Police Explorer Post is a free program offered through the police department via budgeting and through the generous donations from the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation. The overall cost to Explorers is limited costs associated with travel to various competitions and minor Explorer specific uniform items.
For more information we encourage all to visit Learning for Life's Law Enforcement Exploring website.