WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX— The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for young people interested in signing up with the Sheriff’s Explorer program.
Open to youth between the ages of 14 and 20, the program acquaints young individuals with the field of law enforcement as a prospective future profession for them to pursue. But even if a police profession isn’t the youth’s end goal, the program offers life skills, character advancement and lessons in management, Sheriff Robert Chody stated.
” As an explorer, you will discover desire, discipline, and decision-making skills,” Chody said. “These attributes are the secret to success.”
Members likewise will experience criminal law, patrol treatments, crime scene processing, examinations, search and rescue, property control and group building, Chody included.
Those interested should call 512- 943-1323 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org between Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A subscription charge of $37 is required upon submission of the application, and is valid through December 2018, Chody stated. The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will provide the uniforms worn during the program.
You can view the Williamson County, Texas Explorer Program flyer here.