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Florida Explorers Boot Camp

What is the

Florida Sheriff's Explorers Association?

Clay County Sheriff's Office | 901 N. Orange Ave.

Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 | 904-264-6512

The Florida Explorers Boot Camp is comprised of Sheriff's agencies and police departments from across the state that join together to offer some of the best law enforcement and military training available.

The highly intensive program is a mentally and physically demanding three-day boot camp that will challenge the Explorer like no other boot camp will, and help prepare them if they choose to pursue a law enforcement or military career.

The goal is to instruct each Explorer in such a way, that they can take valuable experiences and knowledge gained, and apply it in their day-to-day lives.

​The Clay County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 987 is a member of the Florida Sheriff's Association (FSEA).

The FSEA is made up of explorer posts from around the state of Florida. Each post is comprised of young adults that are exploring the field of law enforcement. These young adults are males and females ages 14 to 21 years old. 

The association was created to allow Sheriff's Explorer Posts to meet quarterly to train, network, and meet other explorers from different types of agencies and different ways of life.

The FSEA comes together in March, June, September, and December each year for State Delegates Meetings. The June conference is a weeklong state conference where the explorers elect new board members to serve for the next year.

To learn more, you can visit their website here.