Awards to be had. There are a total of fourteen award bars for Explorers and one for Advisors.LFL sells bars, but they are not very durable. TLEEAA sells the enamel service award bars that are more durable and much more professional in appearance.. Service AwardsBackground. With more than 3,000
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1. Explorer Proficiency Awards
2. Awards to be had
There are a total of fourteen award bars for Explorers and one for Advisors.
LFL sells bars, but they are not very durable. TLEEAA sells the enamel service award bars that are more durable and much more professional in appearance.
3. Service Awards Background With more than 3,000 Law Enforcement Explorer posts throughout the United States operated by local, state, and national law enforcement agencies, variances in training exists. In 1983, the concept of developing a nationally standardized recognition and proficiency award program was first initiated. As the program was developed, feedback was secured from Advisors, Explorers, and law enforcement administrators.
4. Service Awards Plan The Law Enforcement Exploring Proficiency Awards program provides an opportunity for posts and their Explorers to earn a series of recognition items that acknowledge their law enforcement Exploring experience. These recognize community service, crime prevention, law enforcement service, law enforcement
training, firearms training, emergency preparedness, tenure, and Explorer of the Year.
Each proficiency area is intended to recognize experience, tenure, training, or leadership. These awards are intended to be worn on the law enforcement Explorer uniform only.
5. Service Award Recognition
The following are all of the Service Award bars available for Law Enforcement Explorers.
6. Advisor Bar The Advisor bar is not authorized by LFL, but when have we ever let that stop us?