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Explorer Program

CURRENTLY INACTIVE

 

 

The Harvard Police Department Police Explorer program

through the Blackhawk Council of Boy Scouts


is for persons that are at least 14 years of age (that have graduated 8th grade) up to 21 years of age who have an interest in becoming a law enforcement officer. Police Explorers meet once or twice a month at the police station. The Explorers have their own uniform and can ride along with Patrol Officers. They get involved in police-type activities such as but not limited to, fingerprinting programs, helping out with barricades and traffic control at parades, and being the McGruff Crime Dog in parades. Any questions about the explorer program contact Chief Krause.
  Harvard Explorer Post 171 does not have any members and is currently inactive.

 

 

EXPLORER LEARNING ABOUT RADAR

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  POLICE CHIEF KAZY-GAREY HONORS EXPLORER BRUHA WITH A CITIZEN AWARD OF APPRECIATION AT A CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR HIS ASSISTANCE CREATING THIS WEB SITE