MARANA POLICE VOLUNTEERS
Photos by J.D. Fitzgerald
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.
Our volunteers generously give their time in many areas, including assisting with citizens patrol acting as eyes and ears for the Police Department and the community, helping with traffic control; along with computer and data entry, fingerprinting, administrative duties and more. The time given by our volunteers allows our 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 our programs and current volunteer opportunities.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Be 21 years of age
- Maintain and have a valid driver’s license
- Furnish a copy of your high school diploma or G.E.D. and birth certificate
- Successfully pass an extensive interview and background investigation
- Complete orientation training before being accepted into the program
Some positions may require:
- Polygraph Exam
If this sounds interesting to you, don’t hesitate. Begin the process by completing an application today.
Download the Program brochure.
- Submit a completed application
- Background Investigation
- Complete panel interview
- Complete fingerprinting
- Complete volunteer orientation process