Auxiliary Recruiting

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The Waterloo Regional Police Service Auxiliary Unit is comprised of approximately one hundred (100) members from our community.  These volunteers assist our Police Service with numerous events, parades and community programs around our region.

After completing a minimum of fifty-eight (58) hours of training, these volunteers are assigned to a divisional unit where they volunteer a minimum of twelve (12) hours per month of time to our community.   Some of the events and community programs that they assist with include the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival, Wellesley’s Apple Butter & Cheese Festival, Canada Day celebrations and numerous Santa Claus Parades, just to name a few.

Auxiliary members of the Waterloo Regional Police Service are citizen volunteers and are not assigned duties which require sworn police officer status except as may be authorized in the Police Services Act. An Auxiliary member has the same powers of arrest as a citizen, pursuant to the Criminal Code of Canada, and other federal and provincial statutes.

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