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Explorer Program Post 640

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The Montebello Unified School District Police Explorer Program was established in 2009. It operates as a "Learning for Life" program out of the District's Police Department. The purpose of the Explorer program is to provide special training to the youth that are preparing themselves for a career in law enforcement or public service.

These are the following goals for the Explorer Program:

  1. To recruit qualified young men and women and prepare them for future careers in law enforcement or public service.
  2. To assist them in becoming better citizens in their community, while developing a positive relationship between the police and the youth.
  3. Preparing the young people physically for a challenging career.
  4. To provide a forum, in which young people can provide non-hazardous community service.


The Explorer Program has a stringent selection process and only takes the most qualified applicants. Once selected, a Explorer Recruit is expected to maintain these high standards.

Explorer Recruits must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 14 years of age through 20 years of age
  • Have at least a 2.0 grade point average
  • Have no record of serious arrests or convictions
  • Complete an Explorer Application
  • Obtain a medical examination
  • Register with Learning for Life
  • Maintain good moral character
  • Demonstrate a willingness to serve and participate in explorer activities


To sign up, contact:

CPL Tony Nevarez
(323) 887-7900 |  Extension 6898