The Saline County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post gives Saline County youth interested in law enforcement a unique opportunity to receive training in several aspects of law enforcement and an opportunity to serve their local community. The Explorer program is available to eligible youth ages 14 – 21.
Explorer Post 2659 was chartered with the Boy Scouts of America more than 20 years ago and has served many Saline County youth. This program gives youth the chance to experience aspects of a career in law enforcement at a time when youth are considering college and further education. Many of our Explorers have graduated to successful careers in the law enforcement field.
Explorers are given the opportunity to observe and assist Sheriff’s Office Employees in the Corrections, Operations, and Administrative Divisions. Explorers also assist with public information booths and security at local events.
If you or someone you know is interested in the Saline County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program please contact Post Advisor, Deputy Scott Trembley or Lieutenant Sean Kochanowski
Events our Explorer Post participates in, include:
- The Mounted Patrol Rodeo
- Farm Expo
- Tri-River's Fair
- Parade of Lights
- Torch Run in Wichita
- Fishing Explorers
- Smokey Hill River Festival
- S.O.S. Camp
Saline County Sheriff's Office Explorer
Code of Conduct
As a Saline County Sheriff’s Office Explorer, I am interested in exploring a career in law enforcement. It is my hope that my participation in this program can help me grow as a person and gain knowledge of the law enforcement profession.
Though I may not choose a career in law enforcement, I know that I must conduct myself in a manner that represents the Saline County Sheriff’s Office and me in a positive way. I also understand that the Saline County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post will have rules that I must follow. It is understood that the illegal use of alcohol or tobacco will not be tolerated, nor will any violation of the laws of my community, county or country.