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Equestrian Patrol
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Rancho Cucamonga, California
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The Rancho Cucamonga Police Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department are looking for good men and women who would like to volunteer their time to assist and become part of one of the Nation's top Law Enforcement Agencies. Volunteers give law enforcement the opportunity to reduce crime and increase law enforcement services.

If you are interested in contributing to the well-being of your community, come join the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Team.

A Equestrian Patrol Volunteer will attend a training academy and receive the following training:

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Orientation and Organization
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Crime Prevention
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CPR and First Aid
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Introduction to Law
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Driver Awareness
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Patrol Procedures
Do You Qualify?
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18 Years Of Age or Older
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Good Moral Character
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Good Driving Record
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No Felony Convictions
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Current U. S. citizen
Requirements
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Approved Uniforms
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Attend Monthly Equestrian Patrol Meetings
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Two Patrol Members Ride Per Shift
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Volunteer 12 Hours Per Month
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Look, Act, and be Professional at all times
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Pass Citizen Patrol Academy
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Pass Field Training
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Station Duties as Needed
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No Form of Weapons to be Carried on Duty
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Pass a Background Check
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Proof of Car Registration and Vehicle Insurance
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Proof of Medical Insurance

Additional requirements for volunteers for the Equestrian Unit:

bulletPass the Horse Sensitivity Training
bulletPass Annual Sensitivity Training Re-certification
bulletHorse (Mare or Gelding only), Saddle and Tack
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Why Become a Citizen Volunteer ?
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To become involved with the Spirit of Public Service.
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To contribute to positive communications between your community and law enforcement.
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Assist in controlling, reducing, and preventing crime in your community.
bulletMeet new people in varied settings.
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Gain valuable work experience.
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Offer your area of professional expertise.
 
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For more information contact the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department at 909/477-2800