The Pasco Sheriff’s Office (PSO) Explorer Post 916 is offering a new program to introduce those ages 14 to 21 to the world of unmanned aerial systems, also known as drones, and also to forensics, according to a sheriff’s office posting.
These fields are integral to law enforcement operations and this program offers a science-based look at roles outside of what is traditionally thought of as a responsibility of a law enforcement officer, the posting says.
The program includes instruction from guest speakers from PSO’s Forensics and UAS/Drone units, as well as the PSO’s Florida’s Institute for Research, Security and Tactics (F1RST), and other experts.
The introductory meeting is set for 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., on Feb. 15, at Safety Town, at 15362 Alric Pottberg Road, Shady Hills.
Registration is strongly encouraged and can be completed online. For more details about the Explorer Post 916 Drones/Forensics Program Informational Meeting, visit Community Events on the News.PascoSheriff.com website.
Published January 18, 2023