American Legion Stallings-Williams Post 206 Donates to Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorers Program The American Legion Stallings-Williams Post 206 gave a very deserving group a wonderful holiday present. On December 4, 2019, Commander Les Griffith and Executive Committee member Patricia “Pat” McCoy presented the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorers Post #91 with a $5,000 donation. […]
On June 24th 2019, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post #91, left Calvert County to head to London and Wales to visit their Police Cadets and to learn about their way of policing. The partnership with the London Cadets and the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorers started last year where the Cadets came to […]
CCSO Explorers Yeti Haul Fundraiser The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) Explorers Post 91 is holding a fundraiser, to support the Explorers going to London for training in June. The Yeti Haul (with wheels) is full of spices and grilling accessories, plus 3 months of Prime Beef from Sassafras Farm with a value of $1,100. […]
Recently, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 91 had the great honor of hosting a group of four Newtown Volunteer Police Cadets from Wales. The four cadets, Rebecca Roberts, Ffion Jones, Tomos Chick and Cheyenne Kirby were accompanied by Police Constable Andy Buckley and Special Constable Natalie Reyneke. This trip was part of an […]
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office along with Calvert County Parks and Rec hosted the Camp Jr Sheriff at Cove Point Park this week. This year’s camp had the most 6th thru 8th graders attend, approximately 83 youngsters. This year’s class was the largest so far. Each Jr Sheriff received a tee shirt, backpack and water […]
Attention males & females ages 14-21 that are interested in becoming a Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Explorer. Please join us Wednesday September 2nd from 6pm-8pm at the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for our Explorers Open House. Hope to see you there.
On Monday morning, July 6th, seventy six youngsters, ages 10-13, came to the park to learn what the sheriff’s office does and what it means to be law enforcement. There were sixteen girls and sixty boys in camp. The campers were divided into four teams, nineteen kids on a team. They were required to bring […]