Glendale Police Dept.
Trained Victim's Assistance Volunteer
Company: Glendale Police Dept.
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Location: 950 S. Birch St., Glendale, CO, 80246
Project Details

Needing already formally trained crisis intervention volunteers. Formal training should include responding to domestic violence and sex assault victims, as well as other crimes.

Volunteers to take calls weekday evenings or some days/nights on weekends (We cover 24/7 but you can choose which hours you can be available). Victim Advocates assist officers whenever they request us at violent crimes. VA's will accompany police officers to the station, hospitals or crime scenes to support victims and ensure they are treated with dignity and respect. Advocates will know about local referrals, see that rights are upheld and be adept at crisis management. Will also accompany officers to make death notifications. Call times will generally be from 5:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and around the clock on weekends and holidays. We are able to work with you on scheduling, however.

Advocates are also called out to assist in fires, severe auto accidents, or other emergencies.

On-call means you are free to go about your business, but if called, must be able to respond to Glendale within 30-35 minutes.

Advocates must pass a background check and polygraph, which will include no drug usage in the past 3 years. Though marijuana is legal in CO, since it is not at the federal level, the police chief does not allow it's usage by employees or volunteers for the Glendale Police Dept.

General requirements


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Four 12 hour shifts per month of being on call
  • Must have had Victim Assistance Crisis Intervention training
  • Category
    Advocacy & Human Rights
    Crisis Support
    Emergency & Safety
    Skills Area
    Crisis Intervention
    Disaster Response