Beaumont Police Public Safety Cadets Post 730

Beaumont Police Public Safety Cadets Post 730 The Beaumont Public Safety Cadets Post 730 is a coed organization for young adults 14-20 years old.
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08/28/2023

Just a reminder tonight‘s meeting will be held at the BPD range. (Aug 28th)

08/14/2023

Tonight’s meeting has been canceled (08-14-23). Sorry for any inconvenience, see everyone next week.

08/07/2023

Just a reminder - BPD range for the meeting tonight. Please call or text an advisor if you need inside the gate.

06/13/2023

Sorry for the inconvenience, but there will be NO meeting held tonight. Have a safe week, see everyone soon!

End of the year meeting with our Chief tonight!  Have a safe and happy holiday season, see everyone in 2023! 🌲
12/14/2022

End of the year meeting with our Chief tonight! Have a safe and happy holiday season, see everyone in 2023! 🌲

08/09/2022
The Beaumont Police Explorers Post 730 participated in a week-long Explorer Academy in Biloxi, Mississippi. The week con...
07/17/2022

The Beaumont Police Explorers Post 730 participated in a week-long Explorer Academy in Biloxi, Mississippi. The week consisted of very little sleep, lots of training and exercise, and a lot of fun activities for the explorers. We would like to thank the Southeastern Law Enforcement Explorer Academy (SLEEA) for all their hard work to make sure events like this are possible.
I am super proud of the two explorers from Post 730 who participated: Isabella Uribe and Cameron Broxton.
During the competition on Friday, Uribe's team (Isabella, Abigail, Dakota, Adeline) earned the top honors in Domestic Violence and Traffic Stops, with Isabella being voted the most motivated female cadet out of all who participated. Scott Vickers Lynette McMichael Joey Payne John Michael Michael Williams Jeff Langlinais

Our thoughts and prayers go to the families, first responders, and community of Uvalde during this difficult time.  🙏🏼 💙
05/25/2022

Our thoughts and prayers go to the families, first responders, and community of Uvalde during this difficult time. 🙏🏼 💙

The Beaumont Police Explorers traveled to Fort Worth, TX over the weekend and competed at the Cow Town Showdown Competit...
04/11/2022

The Beaumont Police Explorers traveled to Fort Worth, TX over the weekend and competed at the Cow Town Showdown Competition! They competed against 10 other police agencies and placed 2nd in the “Unknown call for police” scenario. We are proud of all their hard work, training, and preparation for this competition! Congratulations! 🥈🚨🚔

Just a reminder there are no Explorer meetings until Tuesday, January 11th, 2022.   Have a safe and happy holidays! 🎅🏼🌲
12/07/2021

Just a reminder there are no Explorer meetings until Tuesday, January 11th, 2022. Have a safe and happy holidays! 🎅🏼🌲

11/23/2021

Just a reminder, no meeting this week. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

The Explorers and McGruff the Crime Dog assisted at today’s walk-through Trunk or Treat event at BPD! It was a beautiful...
10/31/2021

The Explorers and McGruff the Crime Dog assisted at today’s walk-through Trunk or Treat event at BPD! It was a beautiful day and very successful event. Hope everyone has a safe and happy Halloween! 🎃🍫

A special thank you to Sgt. Woodard and Sgt. Clark with the Texas Department of Public Safety for the wonderful presenta...
10/20/2021

A special thank you to Sgt. Woodard and Sgt. Clark with the Texas Department of Public Safety for the wonderful presentation at last night’s Explorer meeting! The Explorers learned driving safety tips and how to avoid road rage situations. It was great information for any age driver but especially these upcoming young adults!

On September 11th, 2021 at Tyrrell Park in Beaumont, TX police Explorers Bella Uribe and Scott Angenend presented the Am...
09/21/2021

On September 11th, 2021 at Tyrrell Park in Beaumont, TX police Explorers Bella Uribe and Scott Angenend presented the American flag in a Patriot Day flag ceremony. We remember all of the innocent lives lost on 9/11 and are thankful for the service of our military troops 🇺🇸❤️.

08/24/2021

Tonight’s meeting (August 24th) will be held at the Beaumont Police Department. Meet in the lobby at 6:30pm.

08/16/2021

Just a reminder tomorrow’s meeting will be held at the Beaumont Police Department. Meet in the front lobby at 6:30pm 🚨

The Beaumont Police Explorers would like to send their condolences to the family, friends, and co-workers of Earl “Trey”...
08/02/2021

The Beaumont Police Explorers would like to send their condolences to the family, friends, and co-workers of Earl “Trey” Oster III. Trey passed away on July 27, 2021. Trey has been employed with the City of Beaumont since 1997 and worked as a 911 Beaumont Police dispatch supervisor. He was a loved and valued member of the police community and will be missed by all. 💙

The Beaumont Explorer Post would like to send our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Don Holloway Sr. who...
06/19/2021

The Beaumont Explorer Post would like to send our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Don Holloway Sr. who passed away yesterday. Holloway Sr. is the grandfather of an active Beaumont Explorer and regularly attended weekly meetings with his grandson. Thank you for your support to the Explorer Post Mr. Holloway, you will be missed. 💙

06/08/2021

There will be NO meeting tonight (June 8th). Sorry for the cancellation, see you next week.

05/18/2021

There will be no Explorer meeting tonight (May 18th) ☔️

03/15/2021

Just a reminder - there is NO meeting this week (Tuesday, March 15th). Enjoy your spring break! 😎

NO meeting this Tuesday, February 16th.   Stay warm and be safe! ❄️
02/16/2021

NO meeting this Tuesday, February 16th. Stay warm and be safe! ❄️

09/03/2020

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, September 8th from 6:30-8:30pm at the BPD Range. Looking forward to seeing everyone again!

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08/10/2020

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BPD Identifies Police Officer Killed in the Line of Duty- August 9, 2020

It’s a sad day for The Beaumont Police Department and the community that our Officers proudly serve.
At 2:30 this morning, two Beaumont Police Officers were traveling Northbound on Cardinal Drive, near the Hwy 347 overpass, when they were struck head-on by a wrong way driver.
One Officer was transported to the hospital with severe injuries but is stable. He underwent surgery early this morning and has since been released. He has a long road to recovery ahead of him but we will be with him every step of the way.
Unfortunately, his partner did not survive her injuries.
Officer Sheena Yarbrough-Powell, was a 23 year old Lumberton Native. She was hired by the Beaumont Police Department as a Police Cadet on August 13, 2018. On December 20, 2018 she was sworn in as a Beaumont Police Officer. Sheena was assigned to 4th Watch Patrol. She had been married for just 10 months.
There’s no doubt that it’s an extremely difficult time to be a Police Officer but it’s also an extremely important time. Our Officers and Dispatchers have done a remarkable job during this difficult time but today, we are hurting.
The next few days, weeks, months and years will be difficult for Sheena’s family, both blood and blue but we will get through this together with the help of our community.
I would like to say thank you to the State Troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety for responding and leading the investigation of the crash. I would also like the thank the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and Lamar P.D. for stepping in and answering our calls for service while most of our Officers were on the scene of the crash.
Also, I want to ask our community to not only keep Sheena’s family and the police department in your prayers but Beaumont EMS and Fire Department. Police, Fire and EMS go hand-in-hand. We are all first responders and our paths cross multiple times throughout our respective shifts. So this loss is hard for them too.
We have already started to feel the outpouring of support from the community and it means more than you know. There will be more information released as we plan the services to honor Sheena’s life.- Chief James Singletary

We regret to inform you of the passing of retired Beaumont Police Officer Carlton “Poo Bear” Manzer.   Officer Manzer wa...
05/22/2020

We regret to inform you of the passing of retired Beaumont Police Officer Carlton “Poo Bear” Manzer. Officer Manzer was one of the founding officers / advisors that started the Police Explorer Post at Beaumont PD back in 1987. Officer Manzer served with the police department for 31 years before retiring in 2012. He was a wonderful man and will be truly missed by all! Thank you for your service to our community and your dedication to the Police Explorers! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family 🙏🏼💙🚨

04/06/2020

Attention Southeast Texas High School Class of 2020 Seniors! Due to the recent spread of COVID-19, we have extended our deadline to receive completed OBHMF Scholarship Applications. The new deadline is May 29, 2020. To help keep everyone safe and healthy, we encourage you to submit your completed application (and supporting documents) to us via e-mail.
If you have not received an application and you would like one, please e-mail us at [email protected] and we'll be happy to send one to you!
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The Beaumont Explorers traveled to Grand Prairie, TX last weekend and competed against 55 teams from 26 different agenci...
01/31/2020

The Beaumont Explorers traveled to Grand Prairie, TX last weekend and competed against 55 teams from 26 different agencies from across Texas and Louisiana! We are proud of our BPD team and all the competitors that participated. 🚨💙

Congratulations to Trooper Camarillo (a former Beaumont Police Explorer) and his colleague on being recognized for their...
11/15/2019

Congratulations to Trooper Camarillo (a former Beaumont Police Explorer) and his colleague on being recognized for their successful DWI enforcement! Thank you for making our community a safer place 🇺🇸💙

Jefferson County Troopers Recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)!

On November 12, Troopers Cotye Lowrie and Oscar Camarillo were recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving for their dedicated service and willingness to make the traffic stop. In 2018, Troopers Lowrie and Camarillo made numerous DWI arrests in the fight to end intoxicated driving in Jefferson County, Texas.

Congratulations to Trooper Cotye Lowrie and Trooper Oscar Camarillo on receiving this prestigious award, but more importantly for making sure our citizens are safe as they travel in and around Jefferson County.

The Beaumont Explorers and McGruff the Crime Dog have had a busy month! Volunteering their time with McGruff is one of t...
10/29/2019

The Beaumont Explorers and McGruff the Crime Dog have had a busy month! Volunteering their time with McGruff is one of the many ways our Explorers earn community service hours and give back to our community. 🚨🐾

Congratulations to the Beaumont Police Explorers who competed at the TLEEAA State Competition over the weekend in Arling...
07/22/2019

Congratulations to the Beaumont Police Explorers who competed at the TLEEAA State Competition over the weekend in Arlington, TX. They competed against 64 teams from 31 different agencies from Texas, Nebraska, and Mississippi. The Beaumont Explorers placed 3rd in Misdemeanor Traffic Stop scenario and 1st in Unknown Call for Police scenario. We are very proud of this group of young men and women and their dedication to the Explorer program! 👮🏾‍♂️👮🏻‍♀️🚨

We are proud to announce Beaumont Police Explorer Sgt. August Barrows has joined the United States Army.   August starte...
07/19/2019

We are proud to announce Beaumont Police Explorer Sgt. August Barrows has joined the United States Army. August started his basic training for military police this month at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. Thank you for your dedication to the Explorer Post and to our country! 🇺🇸

07/10/2019

Trooper Camarillo is a former Beaumont Police Explorer who now serves our community as a State Trooper. Thanks for stopping by the meeting last night, stay safe! 🇺🇸

07/03/2019

Members of Explorer Post #730 recently volunteered their time to assist with Det. Hamilton’s fundraiser benefit. They worked hard and showed their love to our sister in blue 💙.

06/19/2019

Thank you to Officer Revia and K9 Maximus for stopping by our meeting last night and teaching the Explorers about the Beaumont Police K9 unit! 🚨🐾

09/29/2018

Aside from the food and the raffle, there was also the opportunity to dunk Sgt. Reaux! As you can see, he dealt with a little more than rain today.

09/29/2018

While some of our Explorers were out at Cowboy Harley, a couple others went to Old Navy with McGruff the Crime Dog to see the kids at the safety fair!

09/29/2018

Come out and support Explorer Post #730! Link / chips / drink $5. TODAY 10am-2pm at Cowboy Harley. Rain or shine we are here!

06/23/2018

Very proud of these three Explorers for attending the weeklong Explorer Academy in Biloxi, Mississippi. They represented Explorer Post 730 very well this past week! Congratulations to August for receiving the “Most Motivational Male Cadet” award.
And lastly, thank you to Officer Wilson for going to pick them and bring them home!

06/21/2018

Very proud of these Explorers (August, Katie and Celine) for coming to Biloxi, Ms and attending the week long Explorer Academy. It was tough but they hung in there...

08/15/2017

The Lord gained a beautiful angel this week. One of our beloved Police Explorers, JJ Crosby, passed away Wednesday evening. Words cannot express the grief his family and friends are saddened with. We are eternally grateful for the wonderful memories we had created with him during his time in the Explorer program. He was such a sweet, smart, polite young man and a true pleasure to be around. He is loved by so many and will never be forgotten! Prayers for the Crosby family and all the lives that he touched 💙🚨🎸🎮

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