Metro Nashville Police Explorers
What is Law Enforcement Exploring?
Explorers attend classes and seminars on law enforcement subjects. Explorers assist the Metro Police Department and other Law Enforcement agencies with areas of searching for lost people, parades, crime prevention programs and other functions directed by the Chief of Police. Explorers also participate in a ride along program, which is where the Explorer rides with a police officer while on duty. Explorers also attend the National Law Enforcement Conference that is put on by the Boy Scouts, so that they can compete with other law enforcement agencies around the country.
Metro Nashville Police Explorer Post 911
The Law Enforcement Explorer Post 911 is affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America, and was organized to give young men and women the opportunity to learn about law enforcement as a career.
- Must be between the ages of 14 and 20 years old.
- Must not have a serious arrest record.
- Must pass an oral interview and a background investigation.
- Must maintain a "C" grade average or higher in school.
- Must be in good physical condition.
Time and place of meetings subject to change - please call (615) 862-7617 for current information.
Send comments or questions to MNPDExplorers@nashville.gov