Volunteer in Police Service
16 people are interested
Volunteering is an incredibly rewarding way to spend your time while enriching the lives of others. We have a wide variety of opportunities that are flexible on your schedule and time. We recruit for volunteers based on openings for specific positions and we aim to match your skills and experience with the best fit from our variety of opportunities.
We have over 150 different assignments, with new opportunities coming available weekly. To see a list of our most recent open positions, please visit our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/DenverPoliceVIPS
Here are some of our recently filled volunteer opportunities:
- 16th Street Mall Kiosk
- Traffic Investigations Unit
- Scenario Role Playing at Police Academy
- Administrative Assistance: Major Crimes, Special Operations, Chief of Police, Volunteers in Police Service
- Social Media Translation
- Police Athletic League Field Supervisor
- Crime Prevention Flyer Distribution
- Active Shooter Training Scenarios
About Denver Police Department
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80204, US
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 2017, 264 volunteers gave 27,029 hours to the Denver Police Department, totaling $636,803 in added value for the City and County of Denver. Since the beginning of the VIPS Program in 2004, volunteers have given 448,135 hours, totaling a savings of more than $10.6 million.
We'll work with your schedule.
1331 N. Cherokee StreetDenverDenver, CO 80204
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 30 hours per calendar year
- Must be able to pass a thorough background check