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    Volunteers On Patrol
      
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    Lake County School’s (LCS) Volunteers on Patrol Program was proposed in April 2013, by the Safe Schools Department as a long term solution initiative to make schools safer. This program is modeled after the “Citizens on Patrol” program, which is a generic name used by many to describe a special group of Law Enforcement Volunteers that patrol their communities acting as “Eyes and Ears” for law enforcement. VOPP was proposed as an observation and reporting program to assist the school based administrators with daily campus supervision.

    The Lake County Schools Safe Schools Department is looking for good men and women who would
    like to volunteer some of their time to become part of the District's new security intiative, Volunteers On Patrol Program.
     
    Volunteers give school officials and school resource deputies more "eyes and ears" to deter, detect and delay threats to campus security.
     
    If you are interested in contributing to the well-being of your schools, come join the Lake County Schools Volunteers on Patrol Program.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Must be 21 years of age
    • High School Diploma
    • Complete a Volunteer Applicant Screening Form & Volunteer Skills Inventory Form
    • Pass an oral interview
    • Complete a Vital Volunteer Application and pass a Level II background check
    • Attend monthly business/training meeting
    • Volunteer a minimum of 8 hours a month
    • Attend the Volunteer on Patrol one day training course
     
    For more information, contact the Safe Schools Department at
    352-253-6675!