Ypsilanti Police Department looking for residents to join Volunteer Service Corps Academy
The Ypsilanti Police Department is looking for area residents eager to participate in this year’s Volunteer Service Corps Academy.
Tom Perkins | For AnnArbor.com
The academy spans five weeks and will teach participants patrol tactics, defensive tactics, city special events procedures, parades and traffic control and will also receive instruction from the Ypsilanti Fire Department.
According to the VSC website, volunteers only observe and report and do not make contact with anyone engaged in questionable activity. Members of the VSC will wear uniforms and be issued police radios.
Find more information, including a link to the application, visit the city's website. Residents also can pick up a paper application at the police department.
A background check will be performed on all applicants. Applicants must be at least 21 years old to be eligible for the academy, according to the release.
They can be submitted via email to Ypsilanti Police Sgt. Kevin Dorsey at email@example.com.
Contact reporter Danny Shaw at 734-623-2544 or firstname.lastname@example.org.