More than 200 teens are in Tallahassee getting a jump start on their law enforcement careers.
These explorers come from all corners of the state from Pensacola to Key West.
Wednesday there were lessons on how to conduct traffic stops with unruly drivers and how to handle a burglary in progress, clearing rooms with fake weapons in hand.
Kyle Stockton, explorer captain, said, "We're getting real training, it's sort of like on the job training even though it's not real, and so it benefits us who are going into law enforcement possibly in the future."
The camp is open to teens age 14 to 21 who are a part of the Sheriff's Explorer Program in their hometowns.
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