Exploring police work

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s-CLOscarexplorers1.jpgArmed with Airsoft BB guns, Greg Musilli-Sarno, left, and Patrick Flynn search a deserted building on Monday under the watchful eye of Scarborough Patrolman Andrew Flynn, part of the Scarborough Police Department’s second annual Law Enforcement Explorers Conference. The three-day event provides training and exposure to young people ages 15-21 interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Twenty Explorers from around Maine trained from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m., walking simulation “patrols,” live-firing handguns and practicing high speed driving at Beech Ridge Speedway. (Rich Obrey photo)s-CLOscarexplorers2.jpgGreg Musilli-Sarno, a member of the Scarborough Police Department’s Explorer Post 883, practices high-speed driving at Beech Ridge Speedway on Monday under the guidance of Patrolman Frank Plourde, part of the department’s second annual Law Enforcement Explorers Conference. The three-day event provides training and exposure to young people ages 15-21 interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Twenty Explorers from around Maine trained from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m., walking simulated “patrols,” live-firing handguns and racing through the cones at the Ridge. (Rich Obrey photo)

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