Harris County Sheriff's Office, Explorer Post 46

Harris County Sheriff's Office, Explorer Post 46 Law Enforcement Career Exploring is open to young men and women ages 14 to 20 years old with an inte In addition, many federal agencies offer their support.


Law Enforcement Career Exploring is open to young men and women ages 14 (and completed the 8th grade) and not yet 21 years old with an interest in learning more about careers in the field of Law Enforcement. Law Enforcement Exploring provides educational training programs for young adults on the purposes, mission, and objectives of law enforcement. The program pro

vides career orientation experiences, leadership opportunities, and community service activities. The primary goals of the program are to help young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens of their communities and the nation. Agencies from federal, state, and local levels coordinate the Law Enforcement Exploring programs throughout the United States. The majority of the community programs are managed by local police departments, including Sheriffs, Chiefs of Police, and State Police. The Bureau of Alcohol, To***co, Fi****ms and Explosives (ATF), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Federal Air Marshal Service, US Army Military Police, US Customs and Border Protection Service, US Marshals Service, US Postal Inspection Service, and US Secret Service provide national programs, scholarships, workshops, and literature. Also, Law Enforcement Exploring is supported by the National Sheriffs’ Association and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Nationally, over 33,000 Explorers and 8,425 adult volunteers participate in Law Enforcement Exploring. The program highlights include: the National Law Enforcement Exploring Leadership Academies, ride-alongs, career achievement awards, National Law Enforcement Exploring Conferences, and scholarship opportunities. The most popular Law Enforcement Exploring careers include:

Police Officers
Federal Agents
State Police/Highway Patrol
Probation Officers
Military Police
Correction Officers
Law Enforcement Exploring combines some classroom training with Ride-Alongs in police vehicles, Pistol Shooting, Community Policing and much more…

You will develop:

Leadership Skills
Respect for police officers & explorers
New personal skills
Law Enforcement Protocols
You will learn:

Accident Scene Procedures
Bomb Threat Response
Proper Equipment usage
You will have an opportunity to participate in

National Events & Competitions
Community Service
You will have an opportunity to network with

Explorers across the USA
Law Enforcement Officers
Federal Agencies
You will learn about the educational requirements for a career in Law Enforcement and will receive tangible advice on steps you could take now to prepare and position yourself for a successful career in the field of Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Career Exploring will provide you with the following benefits:

Improved self-confidence
Leadership experience and social network development
Fun and Exciting “hands-on” career experiences
Community service opportunities
College & Career Readiness preparation
Team building


Be advised. As of April 15, 2016, we are closing down all of the individual Fb post accounts. The main Fb account will be the only account left open and will have up-to-date info on all Explorers news and pictures...


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Campus safety and investigation fair!


No meeting on Wednesday! Good luck on testing.


If you haven't heard, we will resume the meetings next week. We will have lots coming up soon.



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“They had purchased Captain America shirts for Darren’s son Ryan and for Darren to wear together, and they never got to wear their shirts. But today, Ryan has on his Captain America shirt and underneath his uniform, so does Darren.”

Lieutenant Roland De Los Santos gave a moving tribute to his best friend, Deputy Darren Goforth, who was laid to rest one week after he was killed in Texas.


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The Harris County Sheriff's Office Able 4 helicopter was also up yesterday during the Prayer Walk. Incredible images of an incredible community.

Rest in Peace Deputy We will never forget.


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We have lost another brother today. Pray for his family.

Deputy Darren Goforth: E.O.W. 8/28/2015

We have confirmed the identity of the deputy tragically lost in a shooting at West Road and Telge Road.

Deputy Darren Goforth was a ten year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff's Office.

Anyone with information related to the suspect is asked to immediately contact the Harris County Sheriff's Office at 713-755-8787. Please continue to pray for his family.



Detention Officer Tronoski Jones

Rest in peace brother. We'll take it from here.

Detention Officer Tronoski Jones suffered a fatal heart attack while attempting to deal with a combative inmate at the Baker Street Jail shortly after 4:00 am.

Sources: Detention officer dies during incident at Harris County Jail

Sources: Detention officer dies during incident at Harris County Jail

Sources tell channel 2 News that a detention officer died during a pepper spray incident at the Harris County Jail Thursday morning. Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman will hold a news conference addressing the incident at 1:30 p.m. We will We will stream it live on Click2Houston.com.


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Harris County Sheriff's Office

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 can't get here fast enough! National Night Out for the state of Texas kicked off this morning and what a success it was. We were joined by several elected county officials and law enforcement personnel from across the state. The Harris County Sheriff's Office was proud to co-host this year's NNO Press Conference with the Texas Crime Prevention Association at Houston TranStar.

A big thanks to Devon Anderson Harris County District Attorney, Assistant Chief Troy Finner, Houston Police Department ; Chief Terry Garrison, City of Houston Fire Department ; Mr. Andrew Samarripa, President TCPA; and Mrs. Rosie Salinas, State Chair National Night Out.

This year, we've made it easier than ever for residents to register their neighborhoods. Visit www.hcsonationalnightout.com to find out about National Night Out, and to register your neighborhood!

Who knows...Sheriff Hickman just might stop by your neighborhood get together on October 6!


Congratulations to Explorers Noe Trevino, Ruben Aguirre, Jade Garduno and Christina Horton for getting 2nd Place in Traffic Accident Investigation scenario "C"!


Triathlon time...


Gang Activity...


Intoxicated Driver...


Domestic Crisis...


Unknown call for Police..


Active Shooter...Quick Peek!


Bomb Threat...


Arrest, Search and Seizure...(sorry, I wasn't allow to enter, no pictures)


Traffic Accident Investigation...


Traffic Accident Investigative...


The opening ceremony.


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