Suffolk Police Explorer Selected to Attend Leadership Academies in the Nation’s Capital

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  27. May 2015

Suffolk County, NY - May 26, 2015 - A High School student from the Suffolk County Police Department Fourth Precinct Explorers program has been selected to participate in the National Law Enforcement Exploring Leadership Academies at the FBI Academy in Virginia this summer.

One student was among more than 100 explorers selected nationwide for one of the weeklong programs. Each applicant was required to be an explorer for at least a year and submit an essay on what it meant to them to be an explorer. The Explorer program is designed to provide students ages 14 to 21 with an insight into law enforcement careers.

Brian Kguloian, 18, a senior at Smithtown High School West and a lieutenant in the Explorers program, was selected to attend the U.S. Marshals Service Academy from July 5 through July 11.

The recruits are able to obtain first-hand academy experience with instructional and physical training courses that will provide insight into law enforcement careers. The experience includes training and tours in Washington, D.C.

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