City to host orientation for Community Volunteer Patrol Program
Orientation to be held May 17
– The Paso Robles Police Department’s Community Volunteer Patrol Program, or CVPP, is holding an orientation for interested citizens to learn more about the program. The orientation will be held May 17 at 6 p.m. in the Emergency Operations Center at the Public Safety Center, located at 900 Park St. in Paso Robles.
The program will provide participants with an overview of both the police department and the Community Volunteer Patrol Program. For more details, call Lynn Rogers at (805) 400-7795 or Kaye Kamphefner at (805) 712-2033.
About the Community Volunteer Patrol Program
CVPP members function as the “eyes and ears” of the Paso Robles Police Department. Members patrol the city with CVPP’s own marked, radio equipped patrol cars looking for anything which may need police attention. CVPP members conduct traffic and crowd control at special events such as parades, the California Mid-State Fair and downtown events. Other duties include vacation house watch checks, crime scene protection and traffic control at accident sites. Members may also be called upon for search and rescue work.