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Mission Statement

NYPD Auxiliary Police:

Join the NYPD Auxiliary Police
Open Enrollment

The NYPD is having open enrollment in FEB 10,2010 7:00 PM

For the position of Auxiliary Police Officer

Classes will start in April 2010

The NYPD is looking for civic minded individuals who want to give back to their communities by volunteering as Auxiliary Police Officers.
Benefits: Free Training, Uniform Allowance ,Experience, College Credits, Resume, Self-Esteem, Networking, Public Service, Benefits in Law Enforcement Careers.

If you are interested in joining, please attend one of the times below:
Dates: FEB 10,2010 7:00 PM WEDNESDAY
Times: 7:00pm interviews start

Location: 150 West 105 Street NY NY 10025

Note: Please bring required documents listed below, black pen and paper to take notes. The dress code is business attire or business casual. The interview will only take two hours.

For any questions, please contact the NYPD Patrol Borough Manhattan North at 212-678-1848 or NYPD Precinct 26 - 212-678-1368Mention the FEB 10 OPEN ENROLLMENT
If you are going to attend please RSVP us at ghilton@Hiltonmm.com.

Requirement: At least age 17, live or work in NYC. Must pass a drug screening, able to read and write English and never been convicted of a felony or a previous arrest record that would prevent acceptance. You must be a US Citizen or permanent resident with a valid visa or an alien registration card. Be of good character.

Required Documents: You MUST bring with you two passport photos, Driver License or State ID, Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Utility Bill. If you are not born in US, you also need your Naturalization Papers or Alien Resident Card. Bring originals and two copies of each document.


Who are the Volunteer Auxiliary Police?

They are civic-minded men and women who volunteer to assist their local Police Precincts, Housing Police Service Areas, and Transit Districts, by performing uniformed patrol in their communities. They are recruited, trained and equipped by the Police Department. They come from many diverse backgrounds and a myriad of occupations throughout the City, such as computer programmers, mechanics, merchants, nurses, security guards, school teachers, students, etc.

What are their functions?

Auxiliary Police provide extra "eyes and ears" for the Police Department by performing uniformed foot, vehicle and bicycle patrols. They are trained to observe and report conditions requiring the services of the regular police. Whenever possible, they assist in non-enforcement and non-hazardous duties. The following are some areas in which the Auxiliary Police assist the Police Department:

  • Residential and commercial areas
  • Community festivals, parades, concerts, street fairs, park patrols
  • Subway entrances and token booth areas
  • Perimeter of Houses of Worship
  • Crime prevention activities
  • Traffic control

What are the requirements?

  • At least age 17
  • Live or work in New York City
  • Be in good health
  • Must pass a drug/alcohol screening and sign an affidavit acknowledging compliance with NYPD Zero-Tolerance drug policy.
  • Able to read and write English
  • Never been convicted of a felony or have a previous arrest record that would prevent acceptance
  • A U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident who has a valid visa or alien registration card
  • Be of good character

Click here to download the 2008 Auxiliary Police Program Overview

Join the Auxiliary Police or Contact Us

Make a Difference. Call 212-AUX-1000 or 212-289-1000 or visit your local precinct, housing police service area, or transit district and ask for the auxiliary police coordinator. Find your precinct here.

You may also fill out an application online or mail an application. See forms below.



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by curtis M. (November 25, 2015)
Who ever wants to make a difference for their community I think this would be a great place to start
by Joseph K. U. (May 28, 2013)
I would like to make a difference in my community and make the world a safer place to live using my eyes and my ears.
by Elbia S. (August 28, 2011)
Hello. My name is Elbia . I am a permanent residence of NY . I finish my associate in Buniness Managment @ Hostos community College Cuny I will recommend this organization to any of my friend and family because this is a great opportunity to protect our community . I But the reason I am giving a feedback is because I want to be a volunteer but I am still in process of my legalization . Anything I can do for NYPD to give me a chance .
by Alfredo M. (February 19, 2010)
I believe citizens have a obligation to keeping the peace.