Unique volunteer opportunities arise regularly in a variety of areas, such as role play scenarios in department training academies and equipment inventory.  Apply now to see where you may best serve!

Victim Services

Compassionate, professional and committed individuals volunteer to provide quality and effective advocacy services to victims of crime. This position includes providing on-call support, crisis intervention, follow up and information on victim rights and community resources. The successful completion of a 10 week training academy is needed to volunteer.

Property Crimes and Financial Crimes Investigations

Training is provided for this unique field.  Assist investigators with victim contact, locating stolen property, providing victims with information on how to recover from Identity Theft and other related duties.

Fingerprint Services

Enjoy working with people?  Certified CSPD staff will train you how to properly take both ink based and electronic fingerprints as well as how to recognize quality prints.  Work with individuals needing non-criminal fingerprint services for employment, adoptions services, applications for child care, licenses, teaching etc.  This position offers a wide variety of time options including Saturdays.

Espanol Service Program (ESP)

Volunteers fluent in Spanish are called to assist staff and citizens when they are unable to converse effectively due to language barriers.

Community Health Initiatives

This award winning program needs licensed nurses, mental health professionals and clinical social workers to provide services to support a variety of outreach health initiatives through the Colorado Springs Fire Department.

Community Education – Special Events

This select, proactive and outgoing group of individuals is dedicated to positively promoting and educating citizens about the police, fire and emergency management departments.  Volunteers staff tables at exciting events to include the Balloon Classic and other community engagements.

Administrative Services / Data Entry

Administrative support is needed across many disciplines within the police and fire departments and the department of emergency management. Services include data entry, working in a variety of Microsoft Office applications, scanning, filing and other clerical duties. Opportunities include both short and long term projects.

Handicap Parking Services Unit [HPSU]

The goal of the HPSU program is to foster public awareness of and obedience to the city ordinances that govern special parking privileges for those handicapped persons authorized to use them. The program is an important ositive public relations effort as well as an enforcement function.

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