Police Volunteers are caring, well-trained volunteers who donate their time and energy to support the Hopewell Police Department in its mission to prevent crime, provide services, and create a safer environment for the City of Hopewell.
WHAT DO THE POLICE VOLUNTEERS DO?
Police Volunteers undertake duties assigned to them by the Hopewell Police Department.
Escort funeral processions
Deploy and maintain Hopewell’s Mobile Command Center.
Assist in traffic control and special events:
Crime Walk police-volunteer-mission
Wounded Warriors Ride
National Night Out
Other Special Events
Assist in training & role playing new applicants at Crater Criminal Justice Academy
Interacting with the Public:
Hooray for Hopewell
Carry out other INTERESTING assignments.
WHAT ARE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A POLICE VOLUNTEER?
Have the desire to serve the Hopewell community and support the mission of the Hopewell Police Department.
Be at least 21 years old.
Possess a valid driver’s license.
Have no felony convictions or warrants for arrest.
Be physically able to participate.
Be available to donate at least 8 hours of volunteer’s hours a month.
If interested, please complete the online application and contact:
George Baker @ 895-4724 or Leanne Eckstein @ 458-9534