Both horse and rider train throughout the year in crowd control, defensive tactics, search and rescue, tracking and more. Members must volunteer a minimum of 16 hours each month, attending monthly team meetings and be willing to use their mount/bridle equipment.
Please contact Investigator Doug Frey at (951) 487-7367 for additional information.
The Reserve Deputy Sheriff Program is a volunteer organization of individuals who provide the department with additional law enforcement resources to better serve the residents of Riverside County. A reserve deputy sheriff has peace officer powers while on duty, in accordance with the laws of the State of California. Since reserve deputies have the same powers of arrest as regular full-time deputies, they are required by law to meet the same hiring standards as full-time deputies.
Please contact Sergeant John Shields at (951) 487-7306 or Corporal Dennis Shetler at (951) 654-2702 for additional information.
The San Jacinto Police Department Volunteers consist of 16 dedicated men and women who assist the San Jacinto Police Department in daily operations. During this past fiscal year, they provided 1,642 hours of extra eyes and ears patrolling the city. The volunteers also assisted the police department with emergency call outs on crime scenes, traffic accidents, special events and other critical incidents. They provided a total of 7,791 volunteer hours of service to the city of San Jacinto.
Please contact Sergeant John Shields at (951) 487-7348 or Corporal Dennis Shetler at (951) 654-2702 for additional information.
Law Enforcement Exploring is a division of the Boy Scouts of America that gives young men and women between the ages of 14 and 21 a hands-on look at what a career in law enforcement is about. Many of the explorers who have graduated from this program have accepted careers in law enforcement.
Please contact Sergeant Joseph Nardone at (951) 487-7364 for additional information.
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