Waco Police Department Seeks Volunteers for Victim Services Unit

The Waco Police Department is seeking volunteers for its Victim Services unit, and applications are now open for the next Victim Services Volunteer Academy. The unit heavily relies on its volunteers who are trained to provide assistance and support to those who have fallen victim to a crisis or are experiencing distress.

The volunteers are an essential part of the community’s response to crisis situations, and they provide comfort and support to those in need. The Victim Services unit does not just cater to the Waco community but also extends its services to the entire county.

Volunteers at the Victim Services unit are trained to handle a variety of crisis situations, including domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. They are often the first responders at the scene and provide emotional support, crisis intervention, and referrals to other community resources.

If you have a passion for helping others and want to make a difference in your community, then this volunteer opportunity is for you. The Waco Police Department encourages interested individuals to apply to become a Victim Services Volunteer today.

Applications for the next Victim Services Volunteer Academy are due on August 25th, and interested individuals can apply by visiting the Waco Police Department’s website. This is an excellent opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s lives and to be a part of a vital community service.