Anderson Children's Foundation

Honor Color Guard Unit (2020-2021)

Info coming soon!

Explorer Post 503 Competitions (2018-2019, 2017-2018)

Explorer Program is an organization of young men and women between the ages of 14 and 21 who are interested in a career in law enforcement. The Explorers learn the fundamental duties of law enforcement officers in various areas which include: First Aid and CPR, paying attention to details, being on time, keeping their school work grades at a B average, physical exercise, proper uniform, respecting every citizen regardless of whom they are and learning the various duties and assignments of law enforcement officers.

We are proposing funds to help support our Explorer Post organization with transportation, lodging and food expenses for Explorer competition events throughout the year. At these events, the Explorers expand their knowledge of law enforcement principles in everyday life. They also learn about respect, paying attention to details, developing healthcare, and working with all people regardless of color or creed. The evaluation process will be accomplished by the goals and objectives of the Explorers competing in the various exercises in law enforcement with regards to traffic stops, pedestrian checks, active shooter, crime prevention, man down, first aid and CPR.

Recently at the Excon event held this year in May, our Explorer Post received First Place for the Man Down competition. In past years our Explorers have received trophies for other areas of law enforcement. Additionally, we send our Explorers through an intense week at Ben Clark Training Center academy, teaching them various aspects of the law enforcement with regards to a deputy regular duties in line with his job.