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Volunteer Services

Auburn Police Volunteers support and assist the Auburn Police Department in any activity not requiring a commissioned officer.


The Volunteers are present at several events throughout the year. Some of these include 4th of July Festival, KidsDay, Auburn Days, Clean Sweep, and other events as requested.


Involves interaction with the general public at the Auburn Police Station, assisting with completion of required paperwork, and imprints for concealed weapons permits or employment purposes.

Block Watch

Assist Community Program Officers as they schedule, coordinate and facilitate neighborhood meetings designed to have neighbors watching out for neighbors.


Provide assistance to various units and individuals within the department. This may require specific skills. 

Additional Information 

Membership Meetings - The Auburn Police Volunteers hold monthly meetings the first Thursday of each month. Meeting attendance is mandatory to remain in good standing.

How To Become A Volunteer

The first step is to fill out the volunteer application. All volunteers submit to a criminal background check. If the background check is passed, a panel interview will be conducted and references checked. If selected after interview, the volunteer will be trained to serve their community.

For more information on the volunteer program or how to become a volunteer, please email Stephanie Bennett, or stop by the Police Department.