Ever dreamed about serving your community?
The Community Safety Volunteer program lets you serve your community in your free time
Learn more at our open house October 11 and in our video:
DOUGLAS COUNTY – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is holding its 11th annual Community Safety Volunteer Academy to train citizens who have the time, talent and desire to volunteer their time serving their community. The CSVs allow the sheriff’s office to provide better service across the county. “We’re looking for individuals who actively want to give back to their community,” Sheriff Tony Spurlock says, “This is for people who really care about their community and can volunteer time to assist sworn and civilian personnel at the sheriff’s office. We are incredibly thankful to our current CSVs who help us every day in Douglas County.” The CSVs bring life experiences with them and work in many areas of the Sheriff’s Office, including Patrol, Investigations, Civil, OEM and in the Jail.
The DCSO would like to increase its number of CSVs. CSVs are retirees or actively employed professionals as well as stay at home moms. Learn more by watching our video about the DCSO Community Safety Volunteer program.
Also, attend our open house on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Highlands Ranch Substation – Community Room at 9250 Zotos Dr. Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.
Please RSVP for the open house to Toni Reynolds akriskov@DCSheriff.net or call 303.814.7063. During the open house, you’ll be able to learn more about requirements and training. If you have questions about the Community Safety Volunteer Program, please contact Toni Reynolds.