The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is recruiting for its next class of volunteer victim assistants. The 2011 Volunteer Victim Assistance Training …
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The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is recruiting for its next
class of volunteer victim assistants.
The 2011 Volunteer Victim Assistance Training Academy will begin
meeting in July. The 10-week, 50-hour course lasts through
September and is held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Participants learn about crisis intervention and short-term
support for crime victims and individuals who have experienced
recent trauma. The Victim Assistance Program additionally offers
information about referrals, victim rights, victim compensation and
case status. Following graduation, every month volunteers must sign
up for at least two shifts and attend a training meeting on the
Application packets are available from the Arapahoe County
Sheriff’s Office human resources department at 720-874-4118. The
deadline is May 27.
Applicants must submit to an in-depth background investigation,
including a personal interview and a polygraph examination.
Interested individuals can contact Victim Assistance Coordinator
Kathleen Beebe at 720-874-4190 for more information.
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