The Volunteer Services Program is a valuable asset to the police department and is designed to afford citizens an opportunity to be involved in the workings of, and make meaningful contributions to, the department. The time and energy given by our volunteers is invaluable and greatly appreciated by department members.
Volunteer opportunities exist in several departments, including records, support services, investigations and evidence, but are not restricted to these areas. Tasks accomplished by individuals in those areas include data entry, general clerical tasks, domestic violence studies, ongoing evidence inventories, physical evidence destruction, citizen fingerprints, gathering crime statistics, tracking juvenile offenders and more. Other opportunities include: retention and destruction of archived records, follow-up to clear and resolve outstanding warrants, Citizen Radar Patrol (done in pairs), Citizen Code Enforcement Patrol (done in pairs), and Special Events, such as National Night Out. Our goal is to expand the number of volunteers involved with the department and the scope of their involvement.
Please visit Volunteer Opportunities for a listing of volunteer positions currently open with the police department, and application instructions.