TOMBALL POLICE DEPARTMENT
EXPLORER POST #5451
“When I grow up, I want to be a Police Officer.”
Do you have what it takes to become an Explorer? Do you want to join Post 5451?
The Boy Scouts of America sponsors Explorer Programs in various professions, including Fire Fighting, Medical Professions, Chemistry, High Adventure, and Law Enforcement. The Tomball Police Department participates in the Police Explorer program through Public Safety Explorer Post #5451, established in November 2009.
Developing a better understanding of America's social, economic and governmental systems. Gaining some insight and practical experience in careers.
Instilling stable personal values. Developing skills in dealing with all people and encouraging a sense of family and community responsibility.
Encourage the skill and desire to help others. Gaining a keen respect for the basic rights of others.
Encouraging a sense of pride in our American Heritage. Preparing to give leadership and fulfill our responsibility to American society and to the people of the world.
Improving mental and emotional fitness. Enhancing physical fitness and an appreciation for sports.
Developing a degree of self-reliance based on courage, initiative, and resourcefulness. Understanding and appreciating the wise use of resources and the protection of our environment.
Both male and female young adults are encouraged to join Explorers. To join you must meet the following criteria:
Adult leadership is always needed when conducting our Explorer programs. Many times, transportation is needed and adult assistance is necessary.
Assistant Post Advisors are needed, as well as members of the Post Committee, and other consultants for adult leadership.
If you have time to spend with the Explorers, contact one of the Explorer Post Advisors. You will find the rewards more than satisfying if you choose to help.