Law Enforcement Exploring prepares young men and women for a career in law enforcement by providing educational training on the duties, concepts, purpose, and objectives of the law enforcement profession. The program provides experiences in leadership, career orientation, and community service. The purpose of the program is to help young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens of their communities and nation. The Cache County Sheriff’s Explorer Program embraces a community service attitude, professionalism, and ethical behavior in all of its members. Through regular meeting attendance, service, training, and practical experiences, Explorers develop character, citizenship, patriotism, physical fitness, and confidence.
The Cache County Sheriff’s Explorer Program is open to young adults, ages 14 through 20, who have graduated the 8th grade, or have a high school diploma/GED. Membership is competitive and is not guaranteed.
Candidates must also meet the following requirements:
Minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) if attending school
No prior convictions for a criminal or a serious traffic offense
Sound health and character, and ability to perform physical requirements
Ability to pass a background investigation
No past or current alcohol/drug abuse
Willingness to volunteer, participate, learn, and exercise leadership skills
Willingness to commit to the Explorer Code and exemplify the professional image of the Cache County Sheriff’s Office
This application will be part of a detailed investigation of your background. Type or print answers legibly in BLACK INK ONLY. If you need additional space to answer a question, use an additional sheet of paper and attach it to the back of the application. Please do not leave any areas blank. If an area does not apply to you, type or write “N/A” (not applicable) in the space provided. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Your ability to follow instructions accurately and in a timely manner is a part of the background investigation process. Please note that all items covered on this list are your responsibility to obtain.
Signed application and waivers (if you are under 18, a parent signature is required)
The application must be filled out completely without any abbreviations for it to be admitted. Please check your spelling and grammar.
3 letters of recommendation from non-family members.