Volunteer and Internship Programs
The Volunteer Program
Value of Volunteer Time (PDF)
The mission of the Volunteers in Policing (VIP) Program is to enhance and support the delivery of police services to the community through a wide variety of volunteer services that will contribute to the public safety of the citizens of Baltimore County.
Volunteers are an important asset to the Baltimore County Police Department. When citizens who receive police services are helping to design, prioritize and even deliver services, a closer connection is made between the Police Department and the public.
By offering volunteer opportunities to the community, we hope to encourage citizens involvement and community empowerment.
To find examples of volunteer positions within the Baltimore County Police Department please select the following - Volunteer Opportunities .
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
The RSVP program is a nationwide volunteer program. RSVP invites adults age 55 and over to use their life experiences and skills to help their neighbors in need. Please contact the Intern / Volunteer Coordinator for more information on enrolling in this program.
The Internship Program
The Baltimore County Police Department is committed to developing partnerships within its community. One endeavor is to work as community partners with colleges and universities in the Student Intern Program where students and the Baltimore County Police Department will benefit from shared experiences.
The Baltimore County Police Department has established the Student Intern Program and is available to university and college students who meet the requirement for participation. The objective of the Student Intern Program is to provide a positive learning environment while completing a project as part of their studies.
Revised November 8, 2011