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The Blaine Police Explorer Post #3939 attended the 44th Annual Minnesota Law Enforcement Explorer
Association State Conference this past April in Rochester, MN. The explorers participated in 13 separate scenario based competitions based on different types of police calls for service, a pistol shooting competition, academic training sessions, and other individual events.
Blaine’s Explorers again took home awards in several events. Team “A” placed 2nd overall in White Collar Crime, which simulates executing a search warrant regarding fraud. Team “C” placed 5th overall in Bomb Threat Response. Team “D” took 1st place in Interview Interrogation, which simulates a complex investigation for a missing child. Team “E” placed 3rd overall in Domestic Crisis Intervention. The explorer drill team placed 2nd overall in Drill and Ceremony. Several of the explorers placed 3rd overall in a timed test following an academic session about DWI Investigations. Individually, Explorer Matt Stuber took 1st place in the men’s 5k, and Explorer Alexis Peach took 2nd in the women’s 5k. Explorer Andrew Blilie took 3rd place in the police bike course.
The Explorer program is currently recruiting. Students age 14-20 who are interested in learning more about law enforcement and wanting to help their community are encouraged to apply. Contact Officer Travis Hale, THale@BlaineMN.gov, for more information.