The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is looking for people who would like to join its volunteer program.
Volunteers help Sheriff’s Deputies in several ways, including:
· Citizens Patrol that includes non-hazardous functions such as disabled parking enforcement, radar speed checks, park and ride lot patrol and stolen vehicle search.
· Crime prevention, by participating in events such as National Night Out and the Evergreen State Fair.
· Project Care Track, a program that distributes transmitter bracelets to individuals who tend to wander, such as individuals with Alzheimer’s, Down Syndrome, Autism, etc.
· You Are Not Alone, a program that checks in on older adults who live alone and do not have friends or family nearby to check on their welfare.
· Clerical and data processing.
The Sheriff’s Office currently has 40 volunteers who contribute 1,069 hours of work every month.
The Sheriff’s Office conducts a thorough screening of volunteer candidates.
If you think you would be interested in volunteering with the Sheriff’s Office, contact Sgt. Marty Zelaya at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 388-5250.
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