Volunteer Groups

Citizens On Patrol

The Hesperia Police Department’s Citizens On Patrol Unit (COPs) provides a wide range of services to the community. In 2016, this unit logged almost 16,354 hours and consistently is one of the most active volunteer units in the county.

Equestrian Patrol

Organizationally, the Hesperia Police Department’s Equestrian Patrol is a subdivision of the Citizen’s On Patrol Unit. On horseback, they also participate in many of the City’s events such as the Hesperia Days Parade.

Explorer Post

The Hesperia Police Department’s Explorer Post is one of the largest and most active in the County, with 24 members. The age range for membership in the Explorer Post is 14–20 years old.

Reserve Deputies

Reserve Deputies are sworn law enforcement personnel who volunteer their time to patrol the streets of Hesperia, working in partnership with full-time deputies.

Additional Information

For more information about any of these volunteer programs please contact Public Information Officer Taylor Reynolds at (760) 947-1549.