Community Policing and Volunteer Programs

Coquitlam RCMP's community and crime prevention programs are based on the belief that police can only be effective when engaged, informed citizens get involved in the safety of their homes, businesses and neighbourhoods.  Volunteering with the Coquitlam RCMP is a great way to:

So whether you are a young adult considering a career in law enforcement; a retiree looking for a way to use your skills and experience to give back to your community; a recent immigrant wanting to meet new people and get to know your new home; or just someone who wants to help the police create safer, healthier neighbourhoods the Coquitlam RCMP has volunteer opportunities that will help you reach your goals while supporting the police working to reduce crime and enhance public safety.

To apply for a volunteer position fill in the attached document and return in-person to 2986 Guildford Way, Coquitlam. Bring valid, government photo ID or email An actual-size, colour scan or photo of your valid photo government ID must be included.

Coquitlam RCMP Volunteer Application form

Consent form for under 19

Follow the links below to find out more about how each of our programs and how you can get involved.

Auxiliary Program

The Auxiliaries are highly-trained, uniformed, sworn "peace officers" that perform community-policing functions like attending community events, public safety outreach and education, conducting crime prevention patrols and supporting police operations.

Block Watch

The Block Watch program is all about building safe communities one neighbourhood at a time. Participants watch out for each others' homes, share information and set up systems to help them report suspicious and criminal activity to each other and to police.

Citizens' Crime Watch

Citizens' Crime Watch is a group of dedicated individuals who serve as extra eyes and ears for the police in the community.

Community Police Station

The Community Police Station (CPS) program is a partnership between the Coquitlam RCMP and the cities of Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam that strengthens the relationship between police and the citizens they serve.

Tri-Cities Speed Watch

Tri-Cities Speed Watch is a partnership between Coquitlam RCMP, ICBC and our communities that aims to reduce the incidence of speeding and speed-related collisions by making drivers more aware of their driving habits in real-time.

Volunteer profile – Robert Mennie

Find out what it is like to be a volunteer and why Robert decided to become one.

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