Many of you ask how you can help in our community. Recently I met with the Sheriff, and we discussed how he can use volunteers. The below link will take you to the Sheriff’s Community Service Unit, a volunteer program. This important program was established in order to better serve the public by having volunteers assist the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Department in areas where they would otherwise not have enough staff to do so. Please check it out. This may be just what you are looking to do to serve our community. Thank you so much for considering to Volunteer with the Sheriff’s office!
What is the CSU?
The Sheriff’s Community Service Unit is a volunteer program formed to assist the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Department. Volunteers consist of Tuolumne County citizens who are dedicated to making it a safer place to live, work and visit.
Who Can Join The CSU?
Any adult resident 18 years of age in good standing can apply. Application requires fingerprinting, interview, extensive background check and approval by the Sheriff’s Department Those who are approved receive training during a probationary period for areas of specific interest.
For more information, visit the CSU Web Page or contact:
Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office
28 Lower Sunset Dr.
Sonora, CA 95370