If you would like to volunteer at this year’s Madera Air Show 2010, just fill
out the form below. After determining the best role for you unique talents, we
can decide on the best course of action to make this a rewarding weekend for
You will receive detailed information about specific requirements when you sign
up as a volunteer and have been assigned a volunteer role. We will then fax,
email, or snails mail the necessary forms to you.
Thanks for your Support!
Special Thanks to Explorer Post #203
want give special thanks to the Madera Explorer post 203 for providing parking
control at this years air show!
The Police Explorer Program is a program open to all youth from the community
ranging from 14 to 21 years in age. The Police Exploring Program is sanctioned
by the Boy Scouts of America, and is maintained and staffed by members of the
Madera Police Department. It is strictly a volunteer program that gives service
to the Police Department and the community. The Explorer Program is a structured
program which gives young men and women the academic and technical training
needed to become future Law Enforcement Officers. The program also gives
Explorers the leadership skills and self-discipline needed to become successful
To become a Police Explorer, applicants must attend an Explorer probation, which
teaches the basic skills utilized by Explorers throughout their Explorer
experience. The Explorer Program focuses on team building skills and unity,
while teaching these young men and women to work together for one common goal.
The Explorer Probation is a program that focuses on physical conditioning,
reading, writing and comprehension skills, as well as interpersonal
communications. The Explorer training also includes technical training utilized
by everyday Police Officers. Explorer Advisors and Explorers act as Instructors
to staff the Explorer probation.
an Explorer Cadet completes the Explorer probation, they become Madera Police
Explorers. Police Explorers provide a valuable service to the community by
assisting in traffic related duties, fingerprinting of children for "Kid print"
programs, various details for community functions and Administrative service to
To become a Police Explorer, one must complete an Explorer Application and return
the application to the Police Department. Police Explorer Cadets will be
introduced into the Explorer Program and attend monthly meetings, while being
assigned to a Senior Explorer to assist them throughout their Academy probation.