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PSC National Marksmanship Competition
Posted Aug 10 2019 7:45AM
Polk County Iowa Sheriff’s Office Cadets prepare for the PSC National Marksmanship Competition
Congratulations new PSC Cadets of Fairfax CPD VA 2019 Academy
Posted Jun 21 2019 8:24AM
Congratulations to Fairfax County Public Safety Cadets Unit #1742 graduation class for 2018-19.  19 new Cadets.  Chief Ed Roessler (center) and Deputy Chief Ted Arnn (PSC BOD member) on the right.  And thank you to the Mentors who made it all possible.
PSC welcomes Toms River NJ
Posted Jun 18 2019 3:39PM
Toms River has a long history of youth in law enforcement dating back to 1973 when their then Police Chief, Richard Clement, joined with our current PSC President, Kent Jefferies, to form the National Association of Law Enforcement Explorers.  Welcome to Public Safety Cadets!
Mishicot PD Cadets present colors at Law Enforcement Ceremony
Posted May 13 2019 2:10PM
The Mishicot Public Safety Cadets were honored to be present and show their support during the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial in Madison on May 10th
Muskego PD Cadets- 1st PSC Unit in State Competition
Posted May 09 2019 3:18PM
Muskego WI PD Cadets were the 1st registered PSC Cadets to ever compete in State competition.  Muskego took home awards and not far behind as new PSC Cadets is Sturgeon Bay PD Cadets who also took home trophies from this event.
Fairfax VA PD Cadets - 1st PSC Cadets
Posted May 02 2019 2:51PM
The Fairfax Virginia PD Cadets were the first Unit to register with the new Public Safety Cadets.  Fairfax has actually 3 Units and are very active in all phases of the department.

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