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Volunteers in Police Service - Training Scenario Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: Denver Police Department

  • 112 people are interested

The Denver Police Department is looking for volunteers to role-play training scenarios at the Police Academy with Police Recruits and Active officers. Examples of scenarios include: domestic disputes, traffic stops, etc. Volunteers must be able to follow instructions well and be ready to act out a variety of situations.

This is a great way to meet new people, support Law Enforcement, have fun, and learn about the training our police officers receive.

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About Denver Police Department


1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80204, US

Mission Statement

The Volunteers In Police Service (VIPS) Program helps to sustain a spirit of cooperation and partnership with the community to enhance the Denver Police Department’s ability to serve the city of Denver.


Volunteers are an integral part of our organization and have proven to be a valuable asset by increasing police responsiveness, service delivery, and information input. In addition, volunteers bring new skills and expertise to the department and serve as positive police ambassadors within the community.

In 2021, 282 volunteers gave 24,761 hours to the Denver Police Department, totaling $706,692 in added value for the City and County of Denver. Since the beginning of the VIPS Program in 2004, volunteers have given 547,201 hours, totaling an added value of more than $15.6 million.


Education & Literacy
Justice & Legal
Community, Education & Literacy, Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


2155 North Akron WayDenver, CO 80204



  • Law Enforcement
  • Acting




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Must give 30 hours per year
  • No physical restrictions: must be able to stand, kneel, sit on ground, as well as be handcuffed.

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