Get Involved. Become a CCSO Volunteer or Intern
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is proud to offer diverse volunteer opportunities for community member involvement. Our volunteers bring an array of skills and talents, fresh perspective, and tremendous commitment to their volunteer roles that repeatedly demonstrate how essential this partnership between our agency and our community truly is.
CCSO volunteers work in a variety of capacities throughout the agency including patrol support, crime prevention education, issuing disabled parking citations, fingerprinting, administrative / clerical duties, assisting detectives, monitoring jail video visitations, translating, and chaplain services to inmates.
By joining our volunteer program your skills and knowledge can be put to use serving our community. Please fill out the employment application and submit it to Human Resources or submit it online.
The processing for volunteers includes an interview, drug screen, medical exam and background investigation. A polygraph will be required for certain positions.
For more information contact Human Resources 239-252-0530.
The Collier County Sheriff's Office is looking for positive, proactive, energetic and enthusiastic individuals that support our core principles of community, safety and service to fill the following positions:
|VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES||GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS|
|OFFICE ASSISTANT:||Volunteer will be responsible for providing customer service to members of the public who. Responsibilities will include: filing, data entry, organizing, shredding, and answering phones etc. Prefer 2 – 4 hours a week, flexible on days and times. On the job training will be provided.
|DATA ENTRY ASSISTANT:||Volunteer receives, reviews, and enters data into computer system or tracking database according to established procedures. Ensures accuracy of all data recorded. Volunteer must be detail oriented. Maintains confidential information. Flexible hours. On the job training will be provided.
|COMMUNITY OUTREACH:||Volunteer will assist CCSO deputies with various community and public awareness events (parades, festivals, etc.) This position requires weekend and evening availability. Volunteer should enjoy and interaction with community members and possess good communication skills.
|COMMUNITY PATROL:||This patrol volunteer supplements law enforcement efforts and enhances relationships with the community serving as “eyes and ears” for the Sheriff’s Office. The Volunteer has no law enforcement authority given to them. Volunteer may be called on to assist stranded motorists, check homes of vacationing residents, direct traffic at the scene of a crash, fire, etc. Volunteer will also assist with community outreach events such as National Night Out, Swamp Buggy Races, parades, etc. Shift is flexible but volunteer is requested to work a minimum of 15 hours per month.
|To be considered for the Internship Program you must complete an application. You must be 16-years-old, you must be currently enrolled in school, and must submit internship requirements from your school or college. All applicants will be subject to a drug test and back ground investigation|