Boulder County Volunteers 

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

One-Time Opportunities

There are no opportunities that meet this criteria.

Ongoing Opportunities

Position TitleTime CommitmentApplication or Registration Deadline
Impact of Crime Facilitator12 hours over 6 week classes, 3-4 classes per year. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old.Now Recruiting
Restorative Justice FacilitatorThe facilitator must be willing to make a one-year commitment, attend a 40 hour training, and attend monthly support meetings. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old.Now Recruiting
Victim Advocate - On SceneThe advocate must be willing to make a one-year commitment to the program, to attend monthly support meetings and be on-call one week per month, during an assigned shift. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old.Now Recruiting
Victim Advocate - OutreachThe advocate makes a one-year commitment to the program, to attend monthly support meetings, and commits to an average of four to six hours of victim outreach per month. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old.Now Recruiting

Policies

All volunteers need to review Boulder County's Multicultural Diversity and EEO and Unlawful Discrimination Policies before starting their volunteer assignment.

If you need special assistance to fill out a volunteer application, please contact our Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator at 303-441-3525.

Boulder County supports infants at work when feasible, so please inquire with the volunteer coordinator if you are a new parent considering a volunteer opportunity.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Foothills United Way's Volunteer Connection provides an online, searchable database which includes hundreds of different types of volunteer opportunities with local nonprofits and local government agencies. Local nonprofits and other local government agencies may post their volunteer opportunities directly on their own websites as well.

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