The 2018 hurricane season has been extraordinarily active in parts of the U.S., with Hurricane Florence currently impacting millions in the Carolinas. As this natural disaster unfolds, the staff here at VolunteerMatch is doing its part to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you are prepared and safe. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know about the most effective ways to contribute.
Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept.Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is committed to provide high quality public safety services to our constituents to create an environment in which all may enjoy optimum quality of life and economic prosperity. We dedicate ourselves to... Read more
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is committed to provide high quality public safety services to our constituents to create an environment in which all may enjoy optimum quality of life and economic prosperity. We dedicate ourselves to service with concern. Concern for our community: Protect and serve our diverse community to the best of our ability Treat all with candor, empathy and respect Be accountable to the public trust Develop strength through partnerships and collaboration. Provide an individualized and innovative approach to each situation Treat each other with respect, courtesy and fairness. Be a reliable teammate Concern for our profession: Maintain ethical behavior both on and off the job Serve with honesty, loyalty and integrity
Invest yourself in your community!
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Volunteer Program is comprised of various different volunteer groups that have very specific roles in complimenting our department with addressing the community’s needs. These volunteer groups consist of: Volunteers In Partnership with the Sheriff (V.I.P.S.), Volunteer Reserve Deputy Sheriff Unit, Search and Rescue, Drowning Accident Rescue Team (DART), Sacramento County Sheriff’s Amateur Radio Program (SHARP), College Interns, and the Explorer/Cadet program.
Our V.I.P.S. volunteers are trained to perform a variety of tasks within their community which include: working in a Service Center assisting citizens with community issues and problems, crime reports, vacation checks, fingerprinting of children, performing high-visibility patrols, record keeping, filing and data entry functions, assisting in searching for missing children and adults, assisting with crime prevention and safety fairs, and assisting at DUI checkpoints.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is looking for citizens of our community who would like to volunteer their services to work with our law enforcement professionals. If you are at least 18 years of age, looking for a meaningful way to help the community that you live in, and are interested in becoming a part of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s V.I.P.S. program, please contact us!