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Explorer Post #916 is chartered by the Boy Scouts of America and sponsored by the Pasco Sheriff’s Office.  Explorers are young adults, ages 14-21, interested in law enforcement as a career.  Explorers receive hundreds of hours of classroom and scenario-based training on all aspects of modern law enforcement. 

They volunteer service in various areas of the Sheriff’s Office, shadow deputies and other members, and provide assistance at many community and agency events.  Former Explorers have become some of this agency’s most-effective deputies.  The Explorer program is lead by a Senior Advisor but depends upon the help and support of many agency members.

 

Pasco Sheriff's Explorer Post 916 In the News

Pasco Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Elissa Elders, school resource officer at Pine View Middle School, is known for going the extra mile for the students. Sometimes students pet her guinea pig, named Guinea, to feel better on stressful days.

Pasco Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Elissa Elders, school resource officer at Pine View Middle School, is known for going the extra mile for the students. Sometimes students pet her guinea pig, named Guinea, to feel better on stressful days.


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