Sheriff Auxiliary

Sheriff Auxiliary


Sheriff Auxiliary Volunteers 

  • Assist the sheriff’s office through observation
  • Help reduce crime and improve the quality of life in in our neighborhoods
  • Foster cooperation between citizens and deputies
  • Educate citizens on crime prevention
  • Create a high visibility, public presence in the neighborhoods
  • Unite residents for a dedicated reason
  • Increase crime awareness among the citizens of the neighborhoods
  • Help make law enforcement more effective and productive
  • Provide a safe, secure environment for all neighborhood residents
  • Make a difference in your community

How do I become a Sheriff Auxiliary Volunteer?

To become a volunteer, you must:

  • Be able to successfully pass a screening process including a criminal background investigation, fingerprints, interviews and reference check
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Live in Clark County
  • Attend a training academy
  • Be available at least four hours per month
  • Coordinate with other volunteers
  • Wear provided uniform
  • Use own vehicle

Learn more (PDF printable brochure).

Applications are accepted year-round. For more information or to receive a CCSO Auxiliary application, please contact:

Kasey Frazier