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Metro's Explorer Program Gives Students Look at Police Life
Metro's Explorer Program Gives Students Look at Police Life

AIR DATE: September 24, 2012

As a part of Metro's claim to protect and serve our community, Metro's Explorer Program gives young career-seeking adults an opportunity to become exposed to the realities of police-life. Metro is trying to raise awareness about the growing program and its benefits to our society. But, how does the program benefit the community? And, could reveling Metro's secrets to young people potentially cause problems?
Michael Rodriguez, Police officer and recruiter for the program
Arnela Palamervic, Current member of Explorer Program
Ben Cobb,  Recent graduate of program, current police officer


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