Volunteer Information

If you’re interested in making a difference in your community while gaining a valuable experience, become a member of the Prescott Police Department’s Volunteer Program.

Apply to be a volunteer today

With a philosophy of community oriented policing, the Department recognizes the contribution volunteers can make and encourages the involvement of volunteers at all levels and in all appropriate activities.

The mission of the Volunteer Program has two components. The Department will provide a rewarding experience to citizens with a desire to share their time and talents to better their community. Volunteers are furnished with Worker’ Compensation Insurance while on duty. Secondly, the program will provide, through the use of volunteers, quality and cost-effective delivery of services which further the mission of the department to improve the quality of life in our city.

In 2017, department volunteers contributed a total of 7,112 hours to augment the services the police department provides the citizens of Prescott; equivalent to three fulltime employees.

Prescott Police Department has volunteers working in the following areas:

  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Investigations Section
  • Records
  • Cold Case
  • Victim Assistance

Qualifications

The Department exists to provide the highest quality services to Prescott residents. Volunteers must project a positive image and meet the following criteria:

  • Be at least 21 years of age and have good health.
  • Have no felony convictions, or misdemeanors involving morale turpitude.
  • Some positions require possession of valid AZ Driver’s License; possess an acceptable driving record, without criminal traffic violations within the last three years.
  • Be available for contact by phone.
  • Successfully pass a background check. The extent may vary depending on the assignment.
  • Be able to donate at least 4 hours a week or 16 hours in a month.
  • Practice good hygiene while on the job.
  • Refrain from the use of tobacco and alcohol while on duty.

If you are currently serving with the Citizen’s on Patrol, you can access the COP Manual here. (this is a password protected file)

CONTACT

  • Police
  • Police Admin
  • Police Department

    222 S Marina St

  • 928-777-1900 Emergencies: Dial 911
  • Non-Emergency Number: 928-445-3131
  • Barking Dog Hotline: 928-777-1DOG (1364)
  • 928-778-3739

FAQ

  • No.

  • They are welcome in all areas with the largest majority volunteering in our Citizens on Patrol Unit.

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