Law Enforcement Cadet Program
The Auburn Police Department is exceptionally proud of our Law Enforcement Cadet Program.
Our cadet program is an exciting opportunity for area youths to explore a career in law enforcement, learn to help others, serve their community, develop leadership skills, build physical & mental fitness, gain career and personal skills, and have fun!
This is a career-oriented program that gives young adults the opportunity to explore a career in law enforcement by working with local law enforcement agencies. The program is generally available to qualified young adults of high moral character who have graduated 8th grade and are between the ages 14 and 21.
The cadet program focuses on:
- Career opportunities
- Life skills
- Citizenship & Community Involvement
- Character Education and
- Leadership Experience
Current activities/trainings include:
- Weekly or bi-monthly administrative and training meetings
- Patrol “ride-alongs”
- Community Service
- Community Events
- Honor Guard
- Radio procedure (how to properly use police radios)
- Traffic stops (how to perform traffic stops)
- Building searches (how to search structures for people or evidence)
- Active shooter scenarios
- Crime scene investigations
- Report writing (paperwork)
- "Camp Mudbucket" - team-building retreat weekend at the National Guard's Bog Brook training facility
- and MUCH MORE!
For more information on the APD’s Regional Law Enforcement Cadet Program, please contact Officer Nicholas Kyllonen at 207-333-6650 X6358, firstname.lastname@example.org OR Liz Allen at 207-333-6650 X2070, email@example.com or stop by the Auburn Police Department at 60 Court Street.
OPEN HOUSE THIS WEDNESDAY!!
Join us for an OPEN HOUSE this Wednesday, April 29 from 6:00 - 8:00pm and learn more about this great program! Meet the Chief of Police and program advisors; chat with current and former cadets; ask questions and even apply/interview for the program! The open house will be held on the second floor of Auburn's City Hall building in the Community Room.