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Volunteer opportunities with Calgary Police

Calgary Police volunteer answering the phone.

The Calgary Police Service actively seeks volunteers to help with a variety of programs. Opportunities are available with the community police stations, district offices, Victim Assistance Team, and YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre.

Volunteer requirements

Volunteers must meet the following requirements:

  • must have Canadian citizenship or legal permanent status;
  • must have no criminal convictions for which a pardon has not been granted;
  • must have no criminal charges pending before the courts;
  • must have no criminal activity within at least three years preceding application;
  • must be willing to give a one-year commitment;
  • must be able to volunteer three to five hours per week;
  • must possess the necessary written and verbal communication skills to perform the varied tasks.

Calgary Police Service Volunteer Programs

We recruit for the following volunteer positions:

Community Stations

Volunteers in community stations usually live in the community in which the station is located. They work with constables to respond to requests for information, answer phones, assist visitors, book appointments for the constables and document community concerns. Community Stations are located in Chinook Centre, and Market Mall.

District Offices

Volunteers in district offices usually live in the community in which the office is located. These volunteers assist with the subpoena and warrant phoning programs.

Business Liaison Program

Business Liaison Program volunteers collect information from businesses in order to maintain a database that includes contact information. They also discuss crime and safety issues with business owners and managers and work to devise solutions to these problems. Volunteers also assist in providing crime prevention seminars and conduct follow-ups with businesses that have been victims of crime.

Victim Assistance Team

Volunteer victim support workers assist victims of crime and misfortune with support, information and referral services. Support is offered in the form of court accompaniment, assistance with restitution request applications and other services, and providing information about court dates and police and/or court procedures.

Find out more about volunteering with the Victim Assistance Team.

YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre

Think police work is interesting? Enjoy teaching kids? The public? Consider joining the YouthLink Team!

Currently under construction, our new facility will be opening early in 2015 and we will have a number of exciting volunteer opportunities available: working with youth groups and our investigative science program for grade 6 students, parents, teachers and members of the community-at-large.

If you are enthusiastic and outgoing and would like to become a part of our team, email, Phone: 403-428-8245, or visit We’ll contact you when we’re closer to opening.

  • Minimum four-hour commitment per week
  • On-the-job training
  • Weekday, evening and weekend shifts available

YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre engages and empowers Calgary’s youth to make confident and positive choices surrounding some of life’s greatest challenges.

Become a volunteer

For more information about volunteer opportunities with the Calgary Police Service,  email the Volunteer Resource Team at or call us at 403-428-8321 or 403-428-8322.