There will be an Open House Recruitment Meeting on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH AT 7PM AT THE MADISON HEIGHTS PUBLIC LIBRARY. The library is located on 13 Mile just west of John R in the Madison Heights Municipal Campus (right next door to city hall). If you are interested in joining, please attend this event as an in depth presentation will be given on during this evening. Feel free to bring interested friends and/or parents. If you have any questions, please e-mail, Ace48220@aol.com.
Our 16-minute recruitment video is below.
Hope to see you at the Recruitment Meeting on Monday, September 29th!
The Madison Heights Police Explorers assisted the St. Louise church with their annual festival. Post members directed traffic in an out of the parking lots and provided security in the parking lots. The event ran from Friday through Sunday.
The Madison Heights Police Explorer Post has begun the recruiting efforts for the 2008 fall season. A promotional video is being produced and should be ready and posted to this website sometime in early September. The upcoming video will cover all aspects of the post including training, seminars, ride alongs, dispatch and other activities.
Those interested in joining the police explorer post can hit on the “Join” link above on this page and follow the directions for a “Pre-Application” for Membership. The Open House Recruitment Meeting has been scheduled forMonday, September 29, 2008 at 7pmat the Madison Heights Public Library (13 Mile just west of John R, in the Municipal Complex). Those wanting to become a member should attend on this date as it is the first step into membership into the police explorer post.
(Advisor Scott Bennis helps Exp Mike Ochs wire
the microphone for the video)
This past weekend, the Madison Heights Police Explorers played a game of baseball with our new friends at the Macomb County Sheriffs Explorers. Each post was allowed 10 total players including two advisors from each post. In a fun and exciting game, the MHPDE took an early lead. The Macomb County Sheriff Explorers steadily caught up. In the bottom of the 9th, MHPD Explorer Adam Mazur-Baker single handedly made a triple play to end the game with a final score of 17-11. Both posts had a great time and are planning a future game! We’d like to thank our friends at the Macomb County Explorers for organizing and setting up this fun event. We’d also like to thank our own Mike Perez for working with the sheriffs explorers to set up the event and for being a great coach for the MHPDE!
After the game, the MHPDE members celebrated and went back to advisor Scott Bennis & Brianne Bierkamp’s house for a BBQ and pool party. While we managed to keep everyone alive from drowning a great time was had!
The city of Madison Heights held its annual Fireworks display in late June. Thousands of patrons attended to watch the display. To keep everyone safe through crowd and traffic control, the Madison Heights Police Explorers assisted the Madison Heights Police and the Madison Heights Police Reserves. Other departments that were present were the DPW and the Fire Department.
The explorers started out with doing walk throughs of the park during the live concerts and carnival rides. In the evening, each explorer was assigned a traffic position in the area to safely and efficently keep the flow of traffic going.
(Mike Perez briefing the first Squad at the
beginning of the event)
The explorer post assisted the Clawson Police Department during their annual Fireworks celebration. The explorers assisted with traffic and crowd control. A special thanks goes out to Lt. McKerrnon of the Clawson Police Department.
Members of the explorer post attended an Awards Program with the advisors and their family members. Each explorer received certificates of their achievements within the post. Explorer Adam Mazur-Baker was awarded the highest rank of Captain for completing all the extensive requirements for that rank. Other ranks awarded throughout the evening included Corporal, Sergeant and Lieutanant. Other awards, such as community service, tenure, law enforcement and crime prevention, were given on this same evening.