Return of LCSO Explorer Program



The Levy County Sheriff’s Office is restarting its Law Enforcement Explorer
Program. The Explorer program was established in the 1960s as a way to attract
young motivated individuals with an interest for a career in Law Enforcement,
Corrections or Telecommunications/Dispatch. Through Sheriffs’ Explorer Association programs,
young adults ages 14 to 21 can be associated with a Sheriff’s Office, train and
learn about the profession to determine if it’s the right career track for
them.

Explorers are introduced and receive training in the basics of law
enforcement including, traffic control, report writing and radio procedures.
Explorers are also given the opportunity to assist officers in controlled
settings, such as parades or athletic events.

If you are interested in the Levy County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program,
please contact Dep. Trish Horne or Dep. Julie Gironda at 352-486-5111 or come
to the first meeting at the Sheriff’s Office, 9150 NE 80th Avenue,
Bronson, Florida on November 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.