Police Department, General Information
Safety & Justice Center Volunteers
VOLUNTEER STAFF SUPPORT
Emergency Communications Dispatch Recording Volunteer: Looking for an individual to make CD recordings of dispatch calls for service that are requested from officers, the DA’s office, attorneys and the public. Must know their way around a computer and be able to use our recording system software program. Recordings are made from a computer on the dispatch floor, will train the right person for this highly confidential work. Dispatch is looking for a commitment of a couple of hours a week to work independently preferably on a Monday or Tuesday.
Animal Control Data Entry:
Volunteer needed to check databases, send out cards and notify Animal Control Community Service Officers of non-compliance. Experience with Excel and other general computer software programs. Will involve 1-2 hours per week.
Volunteer with excellent driving skills needed to ferry records and other paperwork to and from the District Attorney’s offices in Longmont and Boulder two to three morning/week, usually from 8am to 10am. ( Monday - Friday) Training and vehicle provided. Must have great customer service skills, be reliable, and work independently. Vehicle provided for the volunteer.
Pawn Shop - We are recruiting a volunteer who is detail oriented and who is comfortable with reading fine print, very light print, and occasionally illegible handwritten documents. The duties involve sorting pawn tickets alphabetically and making note of any suspicious pawn activity while doing so. The duties also involve data entry from pawn tickets into a web-based computer system. The duties may occasionally require driving/walking to local pawn shops to pick up pawn tickets. Must complete a volunteer application and pass a criminal and drivers history clearance check.
Building Tour Guides, On-Call
– Volunteers needed to guide school and scout troops throughout the different areas of the Safety & Justice Building. Must be flexible and enjoy children. Tours last one hour. Training is provided. Hours:
Occasional Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays from 4-5 pm. Choose one or more days to be available.
The volunteer application for the positions above can be returned to the Community Services Program Coordinator at the Safety & Justice Center located at 225 Kimbark St., Longmont, CO 80501 (2nd floor - Administration).
Range Safety Volunteer (RSV)
The following statements are illustrative of the essential funcations of the job and do not include other non-essential or peripheral duties that may be required. The City of Longmont retains the right to modify or change the duties or essential and additional functions of the job at any time:
If I don't have a Range Safety Training Certification, how do I get one? The Longmont Police Department will periodically host a Range Safety Training Certification course. Watch this website for additional information.
The volunteer application for the Range Safety Volunteer (RSV) position(s) above can be returned to the Longmont Department of Public Safety, Public Safety Outreach Manager, 225 Kimbark St., Longmont, CO 80501 (2nd floor - Administration).
NOTE: There are times when the Longmont Police Department has reached full staffing for this volunteer position. However, please submit the volunteer application and you will be contacted when a vacancy occurs.
If you have questions regarding this application or any of these volunteer programs,
please contact the Public Safety Outreach Manager at 303 - 774 - 4440.