What is Exploring?
The Law Enforcement Explorer Program is a career education program for young men and women, High School student, or person not more than 20 years of age. which is sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America and the O’Fallon Police Department.
The program provides a means by which young adults can obtain valuable training and experience relating to law enforcement. By participating in the program young adults have the opportunity to decide whether or not to pursue a career in law enforcement
Exploring also provides for community involvement and to develop a better relationship between the community and the O’Fallon Police Department.
- High School student, or person not more than 20 years of age
- Be a high school student or possess a high school diploma or equivalent
- Students must maintain a at least a “C” average in high school or college
- Must live in O’Fallon, Shiloh, or within the boundaries of O’Fallon High School District 203, unless special circumstances arise
- Must pass a background check
News & Announcements
- O’Fallon’s Charter Ch. 993 & AT&T U-Verse Ch. 99 Currently Not Broadcasting
- Suspect Charged and in Custody
- O'Fallon Announces Partnership with HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital to Promote Health and Wellness Activities with O'Fallon Parks and Recreation
- Construction on Seven Hills Road Sidewalk to Begin February 20, 2017
- Marcus J. Thornton Arrested for the Robbery at U.S. Bank on February 9, 2017