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Volunteer Recruiting Event

  • Date: 04/23/2018 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Location: Gilbert Police Department
    75 E. Civic Center Dr.
    Gilbert, Arizona 85296
  • Introduction: Looking for a chance to serve your Community? Come to the Gilbert Police Volunteer Recruiting Event. This will be an opportunity to meet the Volunteer Coordinator and other police leadership. The recruiting event will take place on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 6 PM.

 Gilbert Police Volunteers

Gilbert, AZ - Looking for a chance to serve your Community? Come to the Gilbert Police Volunteer Recruiting Event. This will be an opportunity to meet the Volunteer Coordinator and other police leadership. The recruiting event will take place on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 6 PM. Topics covered will include positions available, qualifications needed, automatic disqualifiers, and a Q&A session.

If you wish to attend come to the Gilbert Police Department's main lobby located at 75 E. Civic Center Dr. Gilbert, Arizona 85296. From there you will be directed to the event in our Amphitheater.

Note: We are not accepting applications from individuals currently seeking employment with a law enforcement agency or individuals that will be seeking employment with a law enforcement agency within the next year.

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Media Contact:
Darrell Krueger
Sergeant, Public Information Office
Gilbert Police Department
Office: 480-635.7287
Darrell.Krueger@gilbertaz.gov

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Gilbert Police Volunteers

The Gilbert Police Department provides the opportunity for citizens to volunteer within four specific units of the police department, Gilbert Citizens on Patrol, Crisis Support Unit, Crime Prevention, and Chaplain. The mission of the Gilbert Police Volunteers is to support department personnel in providing police service and to promote community partnership.

Volunteers Team Photo 2017

 

Volunteer Opportunities

The Police Department is currently accepting volunteer applications for the Gilbert Citizens on Patrol, Crisis Support Unit, Crime Prevention, and Chaplain.

Gilbert Citizens on Patrol

Gilbert Citizens on Patrol 

Volunteers patrol specific neighborhoods, issue parking citations, provide motorist assist, patrol special events and are available for call-out to major incidents. Gilbert Citizens on Patrol volunteers also assist officers at traffic accidents providing help as needed, and respond to low-priority calls. Extensive training provided. Must be at least 21 years old.

Crisis Support Unit

Crisis Support Unit
Volunteers provide support on-scene to victims of traumatic events or crime, at the request of the police or fire department. Types of support include: crisis intervention, grief support, referral to resources, and child care. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention
Volunteers attend community events and provide safety information and resources to residents.  Events include safety fairs, school and church functions, emergency preparedness, etc.  Must be at least 18 years of age.

Chaplain

Chaplain
Volunteers support department personnel, and assist in the community as needed.

Volunteers Qualifications:

  • Valid birth certificate. 
  • High school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Valid driver's license or state ID.
  • Successfully pass an extensive interview, background investigation, polygraph examination and drug-screen.
  • Complete orientation training.

If you would like more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Sherry Nielsen at (480) 635-7711.

Download the Volunteer Application Packet.

Gilbert Police Volunteer Application Packet

Note: We are not accepting applications from individuals currently seeking employment with a law enforcement agency, or individuals that will be seeking employment with a law enforcement agency within the next year.