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"Working Together We Can Make A Difference"

About Sheriff Volunteers
The Calaveras County Sheriff's Volunteer Unit is a group of highly motivated citizen volunteers who assist your Sheriff and his Department by performing numerous administrative and community oriented duties that have resulted in reduced crime and increased safety for the citizens of Calaveras County.

Administration: The Sheriffs Volunteer Unit is a self governing non-profit organization which like the Sheriff's Department has a paramilitary rank structure including Operations Bureau Captain and appointed volunteer staff.
Volunteer Training

Under direct supervision Volunteers maneuver through the in-house defensive driving course.

Training in radio procedures, traffic control, CPR classes, and office procedures are also provided.

Sheriff Volunteer Training 1
Sheriff Volunteer Training 2

Volunteers Lt. D. Crouch, Sgt. B. Wood and J. Lantry with Smokey the Bear at the Calaveras County Fair.

Volunteers work several community events throughout the year.

Contact Information
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Calaveras County Sheriff's Office
891 Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249

Crimes in Progress: 911
Non-Emergency/
Business Administration:
(209) 754-6500
Anonymous Tip Line:
(209) 754-6030
Jail: (209) 754-6499
Civil Division: (209) 754-6479
Records: (209) 754-6694
Evidence: (209) 754-6693
Fax: (209) 754-6581

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