Join Ipswich District Volunteer in Police

Often wondered about volunteering in the Ipswich community?
Have you considered becoming a Volunteer in Police?
Ipswich District Crime Prevention are looking for suitable candidates to be Volunteers in Police (VIP).
The role of VIP is long and varied focusing on working and assisting in the community alongside police officers and administrative staff.
VIP’s carry out a range of voluntary tasks that complement and assist the Queensland Police Service, by delivering a range of services to reduce crime and to help people feel safe.
Examples include community liaison, community service, attending to school fetes, static displays, events, festivals, victim and witness support as well as working on projects, programs and campaigns.
Applications are taken yearly at the end of the year in December (2017) with mandatory training commencing in the following year in February 2018 over three days.
Applicants are required to be 18 years and over, agree to the Queensland Police Service conducting a National Criminal History Check, and need

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