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Roseville Police Explorer Team Takes 1st Place in Competition

The program is for high school students interested in a future law enforcement career.

A group of Roseville high school students earned first place overall for their skills during a Police Explorer competition in Kern County recently.

The Roseville Explorer group won first place overall and earned five silver-place awards and a bronze award. They competed against 14 other California Explorer teams.

The Explorer program is for high school students who are interested in a future law enforcement career. They learn about aspects of police work and assist the Roseville Police Department.

The three-day competition included events like search and rescue, relay race and suspicious activities. The three-person Roseville Police Explorer team took home awards in the following events:

  • Building search/active shooter — 2nd place
  • DUI stop — 2nd place
  • Crime Scene Investigation — 2nd place
  • High-risk stop — 2nd place
  • Suspicious persons — 2nd place
  • Plane recovery — 3rd place

The Roseville Police Explorer team that competed consisted of Ryan Bittle, Jason Simmons, and Derek Anganes. There are currently about eight Roseville Police Explorers.

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