July 11, 2014

Explorers compete at state level

Explorers during domestic violence scenario training.
 Explorers attend State Delegates Conference
Sheriff’s Office Explorers and their advisers traveled to Osceola County in June to compete at the state level against many other explorer programs.
Competitions included firearms, active shooter, physical agility, traffic stops, crisis intervention, dealing with domestic calls and crime scene investigation.

Monroe County took first place in the active shooter competition, second place in physical agility and firearms in the .38 caliber category. They did very well in a number of other areas, including drill team and other firearms categories.

MCSO drill team did well in competition with other
counties in Florida.
Congratulations to Explorer Thomas Mirabella who was voted in as chaplain for the state explorer board. Adviser Deputy Will Schlegelmilch was also voted range master at the state level for his third consecutive term.

Competitions included felony traffic stop scenarios.

Explorer Thomas Mirabella talks to a suicidal subject
during Crisis Intervention training.

Adviser Deputy Nancy Torrijos and the first place
Active Shooter explorer team with heir trophy.

Advisor Deputy Will Schlegelmilch gives safety instructions
at the range prior to firearms competition.

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