On April 15, 2024, the Town of Oro Valley turns 50 years old! Join us as we commemorate a half-century of history, growth, and community in Oro Valley! Our 50th Anniversary landing page has all the information you need about this year of community celebration.
The Citizen Volunteer Assistants Program (CVAP) is an essential part of the daily operations of the Oro Valley Police Department. They provide assistance to the officers and community in several ways to include: fingerprinting, traffic control during special events and major crashes, Dark House checks, Dispose-A-Med events, National Night Out, and so much more! The time donated by our CVAP participants allows the police officers to focus on more complex community concerns and law enforcement emergencies. Our CVAPs bring an assortment of skills and training from their own backgrounds. This diversity is paramount for the success of program. If you are interested in joining the CVAP team, follow the steps below.
Here's how it works:
You may also email the Community Resource Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CVAP members may perform the following assignments:
The Citizen Volunteer Assistants (CVAP) Program provides an opportunity for citizens 50 and over to serve their community by assisting the Oro Valley Police Department in emergency and non-emergency situations.