GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- A joint voluntary post between the Boy Scouts of America and the Greenburgh Police Department is seeking applicants, according to police.
The Greenburgh Police Explorer Post 2003, which was organized by the Boy Scouts and sponsored by Greenburgh police, is a voluntary post that provides young adults with an educational and career-building experience, according to police.
Those who join the program can expect comprehensive program training, competition, service and practical experience, according to police. Those selected for the program will perform unpaid work with the department.
Character development, physical fitness, good citizenship and patriotism are also integral components of the overall program, according to police.
By the program's end, participants are expected to have gained an awareness of the purpose, mission and objectives of Law Enforcement Agencies, according to police.
The program is open to students ages 14-20. Those younger students must have graduated the eighth grade by the program's start.
For more information on the Greenburgh Police Explorer Program, call Greenburgh Police Community Affairs Unit at 914-989-1715. Sgt. Normal Hall is the post's commanding officer.
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