The Granville Community Policing Centre (CPC) promotes public safety and education to improve the quality of life in our city. We listen to the concerns of people living and working in the community, provide advice, and take action. Our programs and initiatives are a partnership with police, CPC staff and volunteers, and residents and business owners in the area.
Become involved: volunteer!
Granville CPC volunteers are active participants in preventing crime and solving problems, and an extra set of eyes and ears for the police.
Give back to your community, while learning life-enhancing skills and developing a greater understanding of our society, both the positive and the negative.
If you are at least 19 years old, can read and write English, and can give a one-year commitment of two-and-a-half hours per week, we want you!
- E-mail your resume to our volunteer coordinator
- Book an appointment to come in and fill out an application form and have an interview, as well as provide reference checks, and consent to a criminal record check
- Attend an orientation with the VPD once accepted as a volunteer
The whole process takes about three to four weeks.
Volunteering is great for anyone considering law enforcement as a career. It gives a closer look and understanding of what police officers encounter in their work.