Yes, we do have a police explorer program. Law enforcement exploring is a learning for life, career and leadership development program which gives youth insight into the skills and techniques needed to succeed in life and as a police officer. The program is supported by the Boy Scouts of America as well as the Suffolk County Police Department. This specialty youth career oriented program is endorsed by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the National Sheriff's Association. More than 2,800 police and sheriff's departments have organized explorer posts specializing in law enforcement. While explorers do not perform as police officers, they can provide assistance in public service programs, such as crime prevention programs. The explorers have the benefit of seeing first hand what exactly the law enforcement profession entails and whether or not they would like to pursue this as their chosen profession. The Police Explorer Program is open to males and females from ages 14 to 20.
In the 1st PCT area, call P.O. Margery Marotta at 631-854-8129.
In the 2nd PCT area, call P.O. Jamie Wustenhoff at 631-852-8250 / 631-854-8200.
In the 3rd PCT area, call P.O. John Wright at 631-603-8946 / 631-854-8300.
In the 4th PCT area, call P. O. Kim Dono at 631-854-8474 / 631-854-8400.
In the 5th PCT area, call P.O. Delfina Rivera at 631-854-8576 / 631-854-8500.
In the 6th PCT area, call P.O. Keith Murphy at 631-854-8670 / 631-854-8600.
In the 7th PCT area, call P.O. David Collins at 631-852-8775 /631-852-8700.