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General Information

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 700 is a division of the Boy Scouts of America. The program is designed to educate its members about discipline, teamwork, and leadership skills that will be an asset to them throughout their lives regardless of their chosen profession.

We meet two Tuesdays a month at the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office both located on John Howell Memorial Drive from 6:00pm tp 8:00pm. Please see our calendar for dates and more information.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Explorer Post 700 is to develop advantageous qualities of character and to educate young men and women ages 14-20 on Law Enforcement operations through hands on experiences while teaching explorers to become responsible citizens and Twenty-First Century Leaders. At the same time our explorers will actively serve the community which will reflect a positive image on the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office and the exploring program as a whole.


Post Operations

Training:

At every Post Meeting all Explorers will participate in hands on training being taught to us by the best instructors there is. Such Topics are:
  • Arrest and Search
  • Bomb Threat Response
  • Burglary in Progress
  • Felony Traffic Stops
  • Crime Scene Search
  • Domestic Crisis Intervention
  • Emergency Field First Aid
  • Hostage Negotiation
  • Shoot / Don't Shoot
  • Traffic Accident
  • Traffic Stops
  • White Collar Crime

Community Involvement:

As explorers and youth wanting to go into a career in law enforcement we strive to assist our community. Events that we assist with are:
  • FOP Food Basket Delivery
  • Apple Festival
  • Denver Days
  • Relay for Life
  • Wood Mill Winery Grape Stomp
  • Adopt-A-Cop
  • Gang Symposium
  • Latino Outreach Seminar
  • and many more

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