National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference
The National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference is conducted every even numbered year and is attended by thousands of Law Enforcement Explorers and adult leaders. They come together for a week of team and individual competitions, seminars, demonstrations, exhibits, recreation and fun.
Team competition events: Arrest and Search, Bomb Threat Response, Crime Scene Search, Crime Prevention, Domestic Crisis Intervention, Judgement Pistol Shooting (Shoot, Don’t Shoot), Crisis Negotiation (formerly known as Hostage Negotiation), Burglary in Progress, Traffic Accident Investigation, Traffic Stop, White Collar Crime, Emergency Field First Aid and Drill Team.
Individual competition events: Police Physical Performance Test, Air Pistol Competition, Pistol (9mm) Competition, Sample Police Written Examination, Bike Policing Competition and Non-Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (NEVO).
Seminars: Explosives Investigations, Combating Terrorism in America, Executive Protection, Leadership Development, Fugitive Investigations, Gang Recognition and Identification, Hate Crimes & Terrorism on the Internet, Narcotics Trafficking and Interdiction, Protecting our National Borders, Protect Yourself: Self-Defense, Psychological Profiling, Surveillance Methods and Technology, Advisor Workshop, and other presentations.
Conference Features: Dynamic opening and closing shows, exciting entertainment night, Career Fair, Exploring U.S.A., Rally Demonstration, nightly Jump Club dance, election of National Youth Representatives and retail Cop Shop.
If you would like to download a 2012 National Conference Study Guide and Fact Sheet with more information regarding the upcoming conference, please click below.
St. Louis Area Law Enforcement Explorer Academy
The Advisors and Instructors of the 2009 Explorer Academy
The St. Louis Area Law Enforcement Explorer Academy is held every odd numbered year and is attended by hundreds of local and some out-of-state explorers and adult leaders. The Academy is one week long and comprises of real life, police academy instructed training.