By Rhealyn C. Pojas

 The Narcotics Enforcement Agency (NEA) under the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is conducting the Law Enforcement Explorer’s Academy (LEEP) where survival skills and basic law enforcement will be taught to entice the youth to choose enforcement program as a career.

In a press release issued by MOJ to the media, a general meeting was scheduled today at the Ernguul Park at 10 a.m. to brief interested participants about final details of the program before it begins on July 23 and ends on August 3.

Youth with age 12 to 18 are encouraged to join the program and learn about law enforcement disciplines such as civic duty, uniform code, drill and ceremony, discipline and learn about the inner workings of governments and law enforcement.

“This academy aims to give participants insight and experience in the paramilitary disciplines in a Law Enforcement Career,” the press statement read.