Nanaimo Community Policing Volunteers
Nanaimo RCMP/City of Nanaimo
News & Updates

Keep an eye out for our Volunteers out at special events offering free registration for bikes. They will be at the NIC center on April 7th and at various bike paths during Bike to Work week from May 28th to 31st. To learn more about Project 529, vist . To register your bike here in Nanaimo, please visit You can register your bike with your smart phone, tablet and or your PC. A theft detterant "shield" can be purchased on the Project 529 website or you can obtain one from one of the Volunteer registration events once you have registered.

Volunteer Position Description - Nanaimo RCMP Community Policing Volunteer

Purpose: Volunteers work under the direction of the Community Policing Coordinator to assist with the delivery of crime prevention initiatives in the City of Nanaimo.  Initiatives and activities may include speed monitoring, distracted driving surveys, auto crime prevention, various community events, and 529 Garage bike registration stations.


  • Learn and promote safety and crime prevention information to the general public
  • Adhere to strict safety standards while conducting activities, participate in additional and ongoing specialized training as required
  • Attend program meetings and training as required and in addition to regular shift commitment 

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Commit to a minimum of one year of voluntary service, providing a minimum of 4 hours per month, and be able to attend all required training sessions and meetings
  • Be 19 years or older at the time of applicaton, volunteers 16 years of age or older may be accepted with parent/guardian approval
  • Obtain and maintain a police records check
  • Must not be under investigation by any law enforcement agency
  • Be able to learn and adhere to strict safety standards
  • Ability to write and communicate in the English language
  • Valid BC driver's license
  • Have and maintain a clean driving record for the past 5 years

Orientation and training:

  • Volunteers will be provided with an orientation to the RCMP and to all relevant policy and legislation, including information on harassment, ethics and organizational standards

Time commitment:

  • 4 hours per month
  • 1 year commitment, with an option to renew, upon agreement by yourself and the Community Policing Coordinator


  • Assist in providing policing services to the community
  • Work in partnership with police, staff, and volunteers, assisting in crime prevention inititiaves
  • Learn about the RCMP, Community Policing, and crime prevention techniques
  • Meet new people from your community with similar interests and belong to a community minded team
  • Learn team building and leadership skills
  • Skill development



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