The primary mission of the Hesperia Sheriff's Explorer Program is to educate and mentor youth and provide in-depth firsthand experience in the field of Law Enforcement. The program shall serve as a potential recruitment tool for future men and women in the Law Enforcement and as a community relations effort between the Sheriff's Department, the youth and the community as a whole.
The Hesperia Police Department’s Explorer Post is one of the largest and most active in the County. Its 24 members volunteered over 6,000 hours last year in a wide variety of community events, including:
The Post also regularly schedules team building events for its members including:
Explorer competitions in Las Vegas and Rancho Cucamonga
Age 14 through age 20
A legal resident of the U.S.
Have parental or guardian approval (under 18)
Enrolled or graduated from High School
Be of good health
Be of good moral habits / character with no arrest or convictions record
Have and maintain a minimum 2.0 grade point average ("C" average) or better in school work
No pending misdemeanor or felony court cases.
For more information about this program, or to apply for membership, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Jackie Chambers at (760) 947-1549, or Explorer Coordinator Sgt. Doug Hubbard at (760) 947- 1500.