Volunteers

VolunteerThe South San Francisco Police Department's Volunteer Program began in 1992 as a way for citizens to assist the Police Department in a variety of ways. Volunteers are used to enhance existing programs and to assist the department in a variety of tasks. Duties that may be performed may include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Computer work/data processing
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Undercover surveillances
  • Statistical work/data searches and analysis
  • Issuing abandoned vehicle warning notices
  • Processing booking photographs
  • Categorizing sexual offenders within SSF
  • Locating and reporting graffiti
  • Education for employees and/or the public
  • Assist the Property Technician in inventory/disposition of property
  • Audio/visual development and training
  • Staff an Aid to Victim and Witnesses Program
  • Parking Citations
The South San Francisco Police Department encourages citizens to get involved. Those wishing to learn more about the Volunteer Program are encouraged to call the Community Relations Sergeant at (650) 877-8922.