Police Explorers Learn About Firearms
HOPATCONG – 6 Police Explorers were chosen to take a trip to the Sussex County Police firing range Wednesday 10/18/13. They first learned firearm safety from Lt. Thomas Kmetz and Lt. Robert Unhoch. They were then able to see and shoot the qualification target used by the police under the direct supervision of the firearm instructors.
The Hopatcong Police Explorers get to see first hand what the police do. It is a program that falls under the auspice of the Boy Scouts of America. These young men and women ages 14-20 meet two times a month on Thursdays nights under the leadership of Community Policing Officer Edward Janosko. Tonight there is a meeting at the Borough Hall from 7pm to 9pm. Anyone in that age range who have a “C” average or better, completed 8th grade and might be interested in a Law Enforcement career are more than welcome to stop by and speak with Officer Janosko. Tonight they will be learning about Domestic Violence calls and report writing. Lt. Kmetz
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