DC Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps

The Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps is a volunteer program providing qualified civic-minded individuals with the opportunity to assist the MPDC in carrying out its policing responsibilities. Members of the Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps can make a volunteer public safety contribution to their community in many ways. The Reserve Officer assignments are varied and range from administrative support to the broad duties of career police officers. Reserve Officers are expected to volunteer a minimum of 16 hours a month, or 192 hours a year.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Metropolitan Police Department Reserve Corps is to deliver high-quality, volunteer, public safety support services to all members of the Metropolitan Police Department and the public, in order to build safe and healthy neighborhoods throughout the District of Columbia, and to supplement the capacity of the Department.

The Reserve Corps mission is fully integrated with the mission of the Department.


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Would you recommend DC Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps?

by ROBERT C. from WALDORF, MD (August 29, 2008)
MPDC is not in a rush for volunteers. At least that’s the perception. those considering applying be prepared to wait months if not years.
 

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