Volunteers needed for Las Cruces Crises Intervention Response Team

El Paso News

LAS CRUCES (KTSM) — The Las Cruces Police Department is looking for volunteers to be a part of its Crisis Intervention Response Team.

Volunteers will assist police officers in helping victims of crime.

LCPD will provide 40 hours of training and volunteers will be on call overnight. To be a volunteer, you need to be at least 18, have a New Mexico driver’s license, a registered and insured vehicle, live in Las Cruces and pass a criminal background check.

If you are interested, LCPD will be accepting applications until Sept 24. To apply, send an email to sorangel@las-cruces.org or mameraz@las-cruces.org.

If you have questions, call (575) 528-4111.

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