How do I become a victim advocate volunteer?

Volunteers must complete a 40-hour training program (various programs held throughout the year). This program assists victims of crime by providing immediate crisis interventions, referrals and follow-up support. Volunteer staff works directly with Castle Rock Police officers and investigators. For specific questions about the program or application process, please contact the Victim Assistance Coordinator at 303-663-6110. You may also follow the link below for more information about this program.

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1. How do I obtain a police report?
2. Can I do anything about a dog that barks all the time?
3. Can I look up crime statistics for Castle Rock?
4. Are pet licenses required in Castle Rock?
5. I want to be a police officer. How do I apply?
6. What is curfew in the Town of Castle Rock?
7. How do I report a crime?
8. How do I file an online Police report?
9. What is the noise ordinance in the Town of Castle Rock?
10. How do I find lost property?
11. How do I become a victim advocate volunteer?
12. Can I have my fingerprints taken at the Castle Rock Police Department?
13. Does the Town of Castle Rock require a monitoring permit for a home security system?