The Chula Vista Police Department Explorer Post is a career education program serving young men and women who have an interest in law enforcement. This hands-on discovery program allows participants to learn about police procedures, duties and concepts. Explorers are able to learn from police officer mentors, while providing valuable public safety services to their community. With an emphasis on ethical conduct and leadership development, Chula Vista Police Explorer Post 2831 strives to equip its participants to become law enforcement’s future leaders.
If you think the Chula Vista Police Explorer program may be for you, please go to our Join page and learn more about the process of becoming part of this team.
The 2016 Chula Vista Police Explorer Post orientation will be held on Monday, September 19, 2016 at 5:00 PM in the Community Room; located in the main lobby of the Chula Vista Police Department (315 Fourth Avenue). Please arrive early as seating is limited.
Youth and young adults, ages 14-20, currently enrolled full-time in school with a 2.0 grade point average or higher are eligible to attend and apply for the program. All interested applicants meeting the eligibility requirements MUST attend the orientation with a parent or legal guardian, regardless of age, in order to receive and submit a valid application. Applicants meeting these requirements who submit a completed application before the designated deadline, successfully complete the background and interview process, and are extended an invitation to join the program are expected to begin their assignment with the Explorer Post 2831 after February 1, 2017.
We look forward to seeing you and your parent/guardian on Monday, September 19, 2016.
“To bridge the gap between youth and police through education and raising awareness of local law enforcement operations”