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The mission of the City of Loudon Volunteers In Police Service (VIPS) is to provide a helping hand to senior residents by providing non-enforcement services, allowing sworn officers to focus on their primary mission of crime prevention and enforcement of state and city laws.

Why Become A Police Volunteer
Contribute to the well-being, security, and health of our ederly and disabled

Contribute to positive communications between your community and law enforcement as a team member

Assist in controlling, reducing, and preventing crime

Meet new people in various settings

Gain valuable work experience

Take pride in knowing that you are a part of the solution in crime prevention

Police Volunteers receive training in:
Orientation and Organization

Crime Prevention

CPR and First Aid

Introduction to Law Enforcement

Defensive Driving

Patrol Procedures

Traffic Control

Radio Communications

Basic Report Writing

Volunteers also complete one ride-along with a Police Officer.

Qualifications and Requirements
18 years of age or older

Good moral character

Good driving record

No felony convictions

U.S. Citizen

Pass a Background check

Valid Driver's License

Good people skills

Wear provided uniform

Attend monthly meetings

Have at least 2 volunteers per vehicle

Have at least 16 hours per month

Maintain positive attitude

Enjoy your time

Present a professional appearance at all times