Want to become a Surrey RCMP volunteer?

SURREY RCMP are now accepting volunteer applications from individuals with a keen interest in public safety and making a positive difference through community and crime prevention programs.

Applications will be accepted from January 29 to March 2 through the Surrey RCMP website.

Volunteers participate in a variety of crime prevention programs and play a key role at events across the city, hosting Surrey RCMP information booths and providing public safety information.

This past year, volunteers donated over 43,000 hours of their time to Surrey RCMP community initiatives. Volunteers checked over 150,000 vehicles at targeted locations through Speed Watch, ran 70,000 license plates through the Stolen Auto Recovery Program, conducted 9,000 vehicle audits through the Lock Out Auto Crime program, and made 1,200 visits to local businesses.
“Our volunteers form the backbone of our community programming and ensure that our connection to local residents and business remains strong,” says Surrey RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann. “Surrey is a growing city and we are looking for dedicated individuals who can help us deliver important public safety information to enhance the safety and security of Surrey.”

Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • 19 years of age or older
  • Canadian Citizen (or permanent resident for a minimum of 5 years)
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Reliable and have integrity
  • Available to attend all training sessions
  • Available to volunteer a minimum of 16 hours per month for one year
  • Pass a suitability interview
  • Successfully pass a security background check
  • Complete a six-month probationary period

Visit www.surrey.rcmp.ca to learn more about volunteer opportunities with the Surrey RCMP.