or operate a surveillance camera
? Maybe assisting senior crime victims
appeals to you.
Those and more opportunities are available to volunteers through the city's Community Advancing Public Safety
The Springs Police and Fire departments plan a volunteer fair Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m.
at the Police Operations Center, 705 S. Nevada Ave., for citizens to learn more about donating their time and skills.
"If you’ve ever considered helping during a disaster or thought about assisting detectives with case files, this is the event for you," the city says in a release. "From volunteering with the CSFD CARES Program to becoming a Fingerprint Technician or Surveillance Camera Operator – the opportunities are endless. Bring a neighbor or friend and join us to learn how you can make a difference in your community!"
Programs for which CAPS is seeking volunteers are:
—CSFD CARES [RN’s Patient Navigation/Case Management]
—Administrative Assistant Pool
—ESP [Español Service Program]
—Surveillance Camera Operators
—SVAT [Senior Victims Assistance Team]
—Office of Emergency Management
For information, contact Barbara Miller
, Office of Volunteer Services-Public Safety, 385.7222.
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