Police partner with the community, taking a problem-solving pro-active approach that emphasizes the role of police as partners with the citizens of White Rock on issues of public safety and security. 

White Rock Community Policing has a wide variety of volunteer programs that help with traffic control, crime prevention, and community safety.

Currently, there are over thirty committed volunteers who are involved in crime preventive initiatives. These volunteers play an integral role in the success of crime prevention in White Rock. Each year our dedicated volunteers contribute thousands of hours of their time to our community.

View the available program information

Community Policing Programs:

Detachment Open House

The Community Policing Victim Assistance Office opens its doors to the public on an annual basis. The public are invited to tour the Community Policing Offices and try their skills at various crime prevention activities in order to learn more about the programs we offer.

Bike Safety Program

Volunteers are available to instruct children on bike safety and put them through The Ride Right Bike Safety Course which includes:

  • Helmet safety: Fit and how helmets should be done up
  • Rules of the road: Teaching riding concepts and hand signaling
  • Bike course: Children navigate a bike course with the aid of 10 large colourful props that simulate potential road hazards
  • Instructors evaluates each child individually.

Volunteer Applicant Requirements

If you are interested in volunteering, contact the White Rock Community Policing Program Coordinator to see if we are currently taking applications at 778-545-4800.

Applicant requirements:

  • 19 years of age or older
  • Able to obtain and maintain RCMP clearance
  • Willing to contribute 100 hours of their time per year as a volunteer

View the RCMP Volunteer Application (PDF). To be accepted as an RCMP volunteer you must first pass an initial interview and a basic Criminal Record Check. Following this process volunteers must successfully complete an in depth RCMP security screening.