Become a Court Monitor in the St. Louis Region and surrounding areas
49 people are interested
A volunteer for the MADD Court Monitoring Project would be responsible for tracking DWI cases by attending various court hearings, collecting pertinent information, or assisting with online data mining. Volunteers can set their own schedule and attend court cases in the morning, afternoon or evening. This volunteer opportunity would be perfect for anyone interested in the criminal justice, legal or social work fields, or who would like to play an effective role within their community.
MADD has developed a national Court Monitoring Project. The goals of the program are:
- To compile pertinent information on how DWI cases are handled in the greater St. Louis region.
- To make those involved in the legal process aware of public interest and concern about the outcome of criminal cases.
- To report information gathered by the program to relevant entities so the legal system can be improved.
The volunteer must also have access to an automobile (as they will be traveling to court frequently) and pass a background check.
Involves a brief training that can be completed online prior to starting.
This is a great opportunity to become involved with a long standing and important organization!
We are also looking for a volunteer to help input data collected from cases into our online database. Online training is available and entering the data can be done from the comfort of your home!
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING AND YOU GIVE YOUR EMAIL AS YOUR PRIMARY CONTACT SOURCE, PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK FILE IN YOUR EMAIL (AS SOMETIMES "MADD.ORG" EMAIL ADDRESSES GET FILTERED AS JUNK MAIL). THANKS!
We'll work with your schedule.
Many St. Louis Area LocationsSt. Louis County, St. Charles, Franklin, etcSaint Louis, MO 63134
- Basic Computer Skills
- Community Outreach
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Data Entry
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- At least 3 months