Marana Police Department hosting volunteer info meeting


The Marana Police Department is looking for some energetic, community giving, hardworking, fun individuals to become Marana Police Volunteers in their patrol assignment.

The Marana Police Volunteers will be having an open house out at the Highlands at Dove Mountain located at 4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd this Wednesday, December 13th from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm to talk to anyone who is interested in joining the program.

MPD will have volunteers from our patrol side as well as our administrative side there for questions.

The Marana Police Department encourages and provides an opportunity for citizens to volunteer in different areas within the police department.

The Mission of the Marana Police Volunteers program is to support and expand the services that the Marana Police Department provides to its citizens of the Marana Community. Currently there are approximately 50 volunteers involved in several areas within the Police Department.

In addition to the patrol assignment that the meeting covers, Marana Police volunteers generously give their time in many areas, including helping with traffic control, computer and data entry, fingerprinting, administrative duties and more.

The citizens patrol acts as the eyes and ears for the Police Department and the community, helping out in both residential and business areas.

The time given by their volunteers allows Marana Police Officers and staff to devote their time to the work they are trained to do. The volunteer program is always looking for new candidates who are looking to match their skill to their programs and current volunteer opportunities.