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The next Louisville Metro Police Explorer Program meeting will be on Monday, October 10, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. at the Louisville Metro Police Department Training Academy located at 2911 Taylor Boulevard. If you have any questions please contact us by telephone: (502)574-2027 or email.

For more information regarding the Explorer Program, please click the below link:

Explorer Brochure



The Tenth Annual Kentucky Law Enforcement Explorer Academy (KLEEA) will be held this summer, Sunday, June 12th through Saturday, June 18th on the campus of Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

The academy's goal is to give law enforcement explorers an introduction of how a law enforcement training academy operates as well as teaching them basic law enforcement skills that would help give them an insight into making a career decision. The academy will be attended by youth from all over the Commonwealth as well as surrounding states between the ages of 14 - 21.

Participants will go through a week-long program where they will receive a first hand - behind the scenes look at law enforcement. They will experience what is involved in being a law enforcement officer through classroom presentations, simulations and hands-on scenarios. The seven day academy will introduce first and second year explorers to topics such as: Bomb Threat Response, Crime Scene Search, Crisis Negotiation, NRA Basic Pistol Course, Officer Down Emergency First Aid, Traffic Accident Investigation, driving simulator, daily physical training, Defensive Tactics, drill and ceremony, firearms simulator, and familiarization with the Kentucky Peace Officers Professional Standards (POPS) physical training test. An advanced academy for third year and senior explorers will expose them to topics such as: Advanced Defensive Tactics, Criminal Investigations, Drug and Gang Awareness/Identification, Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Interview & Interrogation, NRA Basic Shotgun Course, Surveillance and Warrants.

Click the below link for more information about the academy:

KLEEA Brochure

KLEEA Youth and Adult Registration Form

KLEEA Medical Forms Packet

KLEEA Personal Equipment List

KLEEA Schedule - Final Draft

KLEEA T-Shirt Fundraiser Pre-Order Form

You must be currently registered as a law enforcement explorer with an insured and registered Learning for Life law enforcement exploring program.

We are thrilled about the success we have had the last nine years and look forward to another exciting year. Registration is limited and will fill up quickly so please do not delay. Please feel free to forward and pass this information onto your law enforcement explorer program contacts. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

For questions or more information, please contact us by email or telephone (502)574-2027.



The Louisville Metro Police Explorer Program hosted the Ninth Annual Kentucky Law Enforcement Explorer Academy from Monday, June 8, 2015 through Saturday, June 13, 2015 at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

Eighty two law enforcement explorers from the following agencies attended: Bardstown Police, Bowling Green Police, Cincinnati, Ohio Police Danville, Virginia Police, Erlanger, Kentucky Police, Fairfield, Ohio Police, Grove City, Ohio Police, Jackson, Tennessee Police, Jefferson City Missouri Police, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Police, Kentucky State Police, La Porte, Indiana Police, Louisville Metro Police, Mansfield, Ohio Police, Nashville Metro, Tennessee Police, Owensboro Police and the United States Customs and Border Protection at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

The academy consisted of the following presentations and training: Bicycle Operations Course, Criminal Investigations, Defensive Tactics, Drill and Ceremony, Firearms Safety, Vehicle Operations Course, Robbery Response, Traffic Stops and Physical Training. The Kentucky League of Cities provided their firearms simulator and the Kentucky Fire Commission provided their driving simulator. These simulators were used throughout the week for training. Additionally, the Campbellsville Police Department generously allowed the explorers to use their firing range for the NRA Basic Pistol Course.

We were honored to have Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin as the guest speaker at the Awards Dinner.

This event was made possible by the generosity of the Louisville Metro Police Foundation, Kosair Charities, River City F.O.P. Lodge, River City F.O.P. Associate Lodge and the Louisville Metro Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. Additionally, the explorers thank Chief Conrad, the Chief's Staff and the Division Commanders for their support.



The Explorer Program provided 5,596 hours of volunteer service to the community and the department in 2014. Our members are grateful and proud of the opportunity that they have been given to contribute and serve the community while learning in great detail about law enforcement and the Louisville Metro Police Department.

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