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Volunteer in Policing
The City of Stanton and the Orange County Sheriff's Department are looking for good men and women who would like to volunteer their time to assist the Stanton Police Services.

Volunteers give law enforcement the opportunity to reduce crime and increase law enforcement services. If you are interested in contributing to the well-being of your community, come join the VIP Program.

As a program volunteer you join a special group of volunteers working together with Sheriff Deputies and Sheriff Professional Staff to improve the City of Stanton while giving something back to the community.

Application:

http://www.ci.stanton.ca.us/Portals/20/Documents/Departments/police%20services/VIP%20Application%20Package%202.pdf
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Need Youth Explorer Post 449
You can help serve the community and gain valuable
skills in the field of law enforcement.

Become a Member of Explorer Post 449!

The Orange Cou nty Sheriff Explorer Program is a volunteer organization that helps instill the qualities of pride, self-esteem and honor into young men and women interested in the field of law enforcement. Explorer Post 449 was created in January 1959 as the first law enforcement Exploring program in the nation.

Through Exploring, young people develop leadership skills and participate in a variety of activities that assist Sheriff Deputies and help serve the community.

Applicants for the Sheriff Explorer Program must be between 14½ and 20 years of age and in good physical condition. They are required to have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be in good standing with school administrators. They may not have any serious arrests or convictions, and cannot be on Probation when accepted into the program.

Explorers attend weekly meetings held throughout Orange County and donate a minimum of five service hours per month. Explorers receive training in drill, report writing, patrol procedures, finger printing, crowd control, traffic control, accident investigation, form completion, building searches, bomb threats, felony car stops and criminal law. They attend a weeklong law enforcement academy that includes classroom instruction and rigorous physical training. The academy prepares Explorers for participation in the Sheriff's ride-a-long program.

Contact Information

Explorer Post Toll-Free Number:

1-866-POST-449

Deputy Dan Daniels

ddaniels@ocsd.org
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The Orange County Sheriff Department provides law enforcement services within the jurisdictional boundaries of the City of Stanton. The department is responsible for: prevention of crime, repression of crime, apprehension of criminal offenders, recovery of property, regulation of non-criminal conduct, and education of citizenry to prevent criminal opportunity. The Sheriff's Department provides 33 staff members to the City of Stanton.

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Need Youth Explorer Post 449
You can help serve the community and gain valuable
skills in the field of law enforcement.

Become a Member of Explorer Post 449!

The Orange County Sheriff Explorer Program is a volunteer organi zation that helps instill the qualities of pride, self-esteem and honor into young men and women interested in the field of law enforcement. Explorer Post 449 was created in January 1959 as the first law enforcement Exploring program in the nation.

Through Exploring, young people develop leadership skills and participate in a variety of activities that assist Sheriff Deputies and help serve the community.

Applicants for the Sheriff Explorer Program must be between 14½ and 20 years of age and in good physical condition. They are required to have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be in good standing with school administrators. They may not have any serious arrests or convictions, and cannot be on Probation when accepted into the program.

Explorers attend weekly meetings held throughout Orange County and donate a minimum of five service hours per month. Explorers receive training in drill, report writing, patrol procedures, finger printing, crowd control, traffic control, accident investigation, form completion, building searches, bomb threats, felony car stops and criminal law. They attend a weeklong law enforcement academy that includes classroom instruction and rigorous physical training. The academy prepares Explorers for participation in the Sheriff's ride-a-long program.

Contact Information

Explorer Post Toll-Free Number:

1-866-POST-449

Deputy Dan Daniels

ddaniels@ocsd.org
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