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).

We are not taking applications for Sheriff Auxiliary at this time. To receive notification of future openings or for more information, please contact:

Kasey Frazier