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Prince George RCMP seeks community volunteers

Positions could include assisting with victim services, restorative justice or even playing the role of Safety Bear
Roles for volunteers could include assisting with victim services and restorative justice.

The Prince George RCMP’s Community Policing Unit is looking for volunteers.

Volunteer roles available include:

  • Community Policing Front Desk – front line workers serving witness subpoenas, fielding inquiries and providing customer assistance.
  • Restorative Justice – work with youth and adult offenders, providing an effective alternative to the criminal justice system with a focus on accountability, problem solving and community healing.
  • Victim Services – provide emotional support for victims of crime or trauma; liaise between the victim, court system, law enforcement and community agencies, providing helpful referral services.
  • Safety Bear – the goodwill ambassador and mascot of the Prince George RCMP attends special events and citywide functions with a whimsical approach.

Volunteers must be at least 19 years of age, mature, and demonstrate good judgment; be able to obtain an RCMP Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance before volunteering; and have a valid Class 5 Driver’s License and provide a Driver’s Abstract upon acceptance and annually thereafter.

An information session will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 15 at the RCMP detachment, 465 Victoria St. To register email [email protected] or phone 250-561-3329.

Volunteers make such a difference. We are grateful for our volunteers who have provided us with their amazing generosity and dedication over the years, and we are looking to expand this dedicated volunteer team in several key areas. says Cpl. Jennifer Cooper, media relations office.