HOW TO CONTRIBUTE
The Marysville Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program is a crime prevention program that promotes education and teamwork between the Police Department and the community.
Our goal is to teach citizens how to help themselves by identifying and reporting suspicious activity in their neighborhoods with the overall goal of improved quality of life. Neighborhood Watch groups typically focus on observation and awareness as a means of preventing crime.
For additional information on becoming a part of the Marysville Police Department’s Neighborhood watch program ask for the neighborhood watch coordinator at the Marysville Police Department, which is located at 316 6th Street in Marysville or call (530) 749-3900.
For more information, please review this flyer.
The Marysville Police Volunteers in Policing (VIP) are an integral part of the department. Marysville Police Department actively utilizes volunteers to perform traffic support, help with special events, neighborhood watch programs, and other community orientated functions. The objective is to supplement the Marysville Police Department with dedicated volunteers to supplement our staff. In order to accomplish this task, we recruit friendly, compassionate, and hard working people to help with various police functions including, but not limited to:
Assist with various special events
Fingerprint children as part of a community service
Assist with safety demonstrations and presentations
Provide deterrent patrol throughout the community
Locate nuisances and notify the appropriate supervisor
Conduct vacation house checks as part of Neighborhood Watch
Operate the front desk taking general questions and relaying them
Perform pickup/delivery services for the city, department, and courts
Provide clerical assistance throughout the Police Department
To apply, please complete and submit the following Volunteer Application.