RCMP volunteer opportunities
From experience, we know when people get involved they become a potent force for dealing with local problems affecting the well-being and safety of our community. By simply being a good neighbour or volunteering with your local school, business, or neighbourhood assocation you enhance our region's liveability and resistance to crime.
Kelowna Regional RCMP also provides opportunities for you to get involved by joining our team of RCMP volunteers. Nearly 200 RCMP volunteers in the Central Okanagan contribute more than 12,000 hours each year helping to make our communities safe.
Download the volunteer application form and return the completed form to your nearest Community Policing Office. Completed applications can also be sent by email to email@example.com. ***Please note, we are not currently recruiting for volunteer programs, our next intake for applications will be September 2019.
For further information, please call 250-470-0600.
Dedicated RCMP volunteers assist police by patrolling designated areas to observe and report any suspected criminal activity. By being an extra set of trained "eyes and ears," the patrol is able to assist in the deterrence of crime in the community. The patrol is not designed to replace regular police patrols, rather, allows the police an opportunity to direct their focus on higher priority areas. For more information contact Kevin MacDougall, Community Policing Coordinator at 250-765-6355.
The Community Policing Office reception volunteer is the first point of contact at a Kelowna RCMP Community Policing Office. Reception volunteers are responsible for documenting complaints, concerns or problems received from the public in person or by telephone and provide information on existing Crime Prevention programs offered by the Kelowna RCMP.
If speeding is a problem in your neighbourhood, you can apply to have RCMP volunteers monitor your area. Using portable radar and an electric sign, RCMP volunteers record speed information and report problem locations to the RCMP, ICBC and the City of Kelowna. For more information and to apply, call 250-470-0600.