Additional information on
these programs can be found at the
Observer Program (C.O.P.)
Citizen Observer Program
(C.O.P.) volunteers patrol the unincorporated areas of the county in Sheriff's Office vehicles
equipped with a radio, a roof light, and COP markings. The volunteers receive
of basic training and ongoing monthly training. They work in uniform, but carry no weapons
and have no police powers. Many of the volunteers are certified traffic control
specialists. A youth fingerprint identification program is also offered. Are
you interested in volunteering? Click here to see more information about
the C.O.P. program.
For more information, contact the C.O.P. Coordinator Mr. Tim Lamprey at
386-736-5961, ext. 6542 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizen Volunteer Auxiliary Program
Volunteer Auxiliary Program (CVAP)
was organized in 1989 and its volunteers provide professional,
technical, clerical, and computer assistance throughout the Volusia
County Sheriff's Office in East and West Volusia.
Volunteers work in various offices and
units including: Career Criminal, Civil Process Service, Crime Analysis,
District Offices, Evidence, Fingerprinting, Firearms Range, Internal
Affairs, Investigative Services, Jury Management, PAL
Special Services, Technical Services, and Training.
Are you interested in volunteering?
For more information, contact the CVAP Coordinator, Carol Keesecker, at
(386) 736-5961, ext. 6544, or e-mail
Citizen Volunteer Chaplain
(CVCP) is comprised of clergy from many
religious groups throughout the county. They assist the Victim Advocate Program, the
general public, and Sheriff's Office employees. For more information, contact the CVCP
coordinator, Senior Chaplain Michael Carroll, at (386) 736-5961, ext. 6543.
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