Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are an integral component in the successful delivery of community policing services in the City of Kamloops. As an RCMP Volunteer you will:

  • Get connected to your neighbours and your neighbourhood.
  • Meet new people from diverse backgrounds and build a stronger social and professional network.
  • Gain skills and experience that will make your job or post-secondary education applications stand out.
  • Put your unique skills and abilities to work supporting your local police.
  • Learn about crime and safety in your community and what you can do to keep your family, friends and property safe.

So whether you are a young adult considering a career in law enforcement; a retiree looking for a way to use your skills and experience to give back to your community; a recent immigrant wanting to meet new people and get to know your new home; or just someone who wants to help the police create safer, healthier neighbourhoods, the Kamloops RCMP has volunteer opportunities that will help you reach your goals while supporting the police in working to reduce crime and enhance public safety.

Volunteer Expectations

Volunteers interested in Crime Watch, Speed Watch, Community Crime Prevention, or Business Watch must be:

  • At least 16 years old with a valid BC Driver’s License. (Please note: applicants under 19 years old must submit RCMP form 5272 as part of their application.)
  • Willing and able to obtain an RCMP security clearance and pass a suitability interview.
  • Proficient in English and/or French
  • Willing to commit to the program for a minimum of 2 years
  • Willing to commit 120 hours of volunteer time a year
  • Willing to attend a minimum of 3 general membership meetings per year

Volunteers interested in Restorative Justice or Victim Services must be:

  • Able to work in a professional manner with sensitive issues
  • Be open-minded and adaptable
  • At least 19 years old with a valid BC Driver’s License
  • Willing and able to obtain an RCMP security clearance and pass suitability interview
  • Proficient in English and/or French
  • A high school graduate
  • Willing to commit to the program for a minimum of 2 years

The next intake for Crime Prevention volunteers will take place in Spring 2020.

Applications are still accepted but new volunteers will not be contacted until the next intake time. If you are interested in volunteering with our crime prevention team, please complete the application form. 

Volunteer Application
If you have questions, please contact the North Shore Community Policing Office: