The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office has embarked upon a NEW endeavor by launching the Volunteers In Partnership (V.I.P.) Program.
The Sheriff and the Community Relations Office created the Volunteers in Partnership (V.I.P.) program in order to provide citizens with an opportunity to learn more about law enforcement by contributing their time to administrative and support tasks. The V.I.P. program allows its volunteers to play a vital role in the Sheriff’s vision of Result Oriented Policing. Through the V.I.P. Program the Sheriff’s Office is able to engage the community in an active problem-solving partnership.
V.I.P. participants will assist in tasks at the three Sheriff Office locations as well as provide assistance outside of the office and throughout the county. This will enable the Sheriff’s Office to provide additional community services.
The following is a listing of the various units within the program.
Simply click on each title for additional information.
- Administrative & Clerical Assistance
- Chaplain Program
- Community Outreach/Event Participation
- Court Watch
- Internship Program
- Neighborhood Watch Program
- Reserve Deputy
- Search & Rescue
- Victim Services (Advocates)
- Women Against Crime
Other Volunteer Units that may be of interest to you….
- CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)
- Foreign Language Interpretation
Our internship program provides the criminal justice and or social work student with a hands-on introduction to the diverse and fascinating aspects of a local law enforcement agency within San Juan County. The student works closely with sworn deputies and detectives in every division within the Sheriff’s Office. He or she will be afforded valuable experience and insight into every step of a criminal investigation.
The SJCSO Volunteers in Partnership (V.I.P.) program allows citizens the opportunity to participate in the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office. Volunteers are assigned to the various departments and divisions within the office where they work side by side with Sheriff’s Office employees. Volunteers are exposed to the behind the scenes workings of the Sheriff Office and assist employees in every aspect of SJCSO operations.
Are you ready to utilize your knowledge, skills, abilities and interest in law enforcement by assisting the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office? If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a San Juan County Sheriff’s Office volunteer, please click here to complete the application. Or contact:
Community Relations Division San Juan County Sheriff’s Office 211 South Oliver Aztec, NM 87410 505-334-6107
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
For additional information, please contact the Community Relations Coordinator at (505) 334-6107.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer in compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and all related state and federal guidelines.