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Menifee Police Department accepting applications for Citizen Volunteer Program

The Menifee Police Department is accepting applications for its Citizen Volunteer Program. Applications are due October 15.

The Citizen Volunteer Program is designed to provide opportunities for Menifee residents to serve their community.  Priority will be given to applicants who reside in Menifee or surrounding unincorporated areas. All volunteers are required to attend a 24-hour Citizen Volunteer Academy hosted by the Menifee Police Department.

Menifee Police volunteers serve in every area of the department, including administration, investigations, patrol, and community services. Volunteers are asked to commit to serving a minimum of 16 months per hour.

Applicants will be screened for disqualifying information, such as felony convictions, gang affiliation, or recent illegal drug use, and will be required to submit fingerprints to a national database to verify criminal history.

Upon successful completion of a background investigation, applicants will be invited to attend a 24-hour Volunteer Training Academy where they will be exposed to all aspects of the department in a classroom setting. The academy is presented over a 10-week period, one night per week for three hours. The academy graduation is one of the highlights of the program.

For an application, click here. For more information, contact Interim Public Safety Director Dave Brown at 951-723-3788 or [email protected].

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