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Spring 2017 Police Explorer Scholarships Sponsored by the FPCA Foundation


The Florida Police Chiefs Association, through the Foundation, supports a number of programs including youth career development. As a demonstration of their commitment to our youth, the Foundation offers sev- eral $1,000 scholarships each year to Police Explorers who have excelled academically and who have served their post and community with distinction. Applications are accepted until April 15th of each year and are then submitted to the Foundation Trustees at the Annual Meeting during the Florida Police Chiefs Association Annual Summer Conference. The awards are announced and presented following that meeting.


Applicants for the scholarship funds must meet the following requirements: 1. Candidates must have been involved in a police explorer post, and have been a member of the post for a minimum of one year prior to the application submission. 2. Candidates must have maintained a minimum of a 2.0 overall grade point average and should be com- pleting their senior year in high school or already enrolled in college. Scholarships awarded must be used within one (1) years of receipt. 3. Candidates must plan to attend college. He/she may choose any field of study, but an area related to law enforcement is required. 4. Candidates must complete the application form and provide supporting materials to: Florida Police Chiefs Education and Research Foundation, Police Explorer Scholarship Program, PO Box 14038, Tallahassee, Florida 32303.


Questions? Visit the Foundation website or contact the FPCA office at 850-219-3631


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