Volunteer Service Programs
To support law enforcement and provide services to the people of Pinal County.
Volunteers are utilized to supplement and expand upon the work of sworn deputies and civilian personnel. The PCSO Volunteer Programs are an opportunity for community members to offer their time, expertise and talent for the betterment of their community, quality of life, public safety and the general welfare.
Sheriff Paul Babeu has a vision to create community partnerships with groups of citizens throughout Pinal County. His goal is to establish and expand volunteer participation in a variety of programs to make Pinal County a better and safer place to live and work.
With the involvement of dedicated citizens, volunteerism within the PCSO will enhance the work of sworn officers and civilian personnel for the betterment of the Sheriff's Office, Pinal County and its citizens.
The PCSO has several programs which utilize volunteer services: Sheriff's Posse, Mounted Unit, Victim Service Unit, Chaplains, Cold Case Squad, I.D. Unit Volunteers, Citizens on Patrol, Professional Volunteers and Administrative Volunteers.
Each of these volunteer program requires successful completion of background screening, interview and the PCSO Program Volunteer Training, Posse Academy, or Victim Service Training. Minimum requirements are 4 hours per week and a commitment of a minimum of one year of service to the PCSO.
Interested volunteers please complete the application found in Human Resource/job positions.