Beaverton Police Department announces Volunteer Victim Advocacy Program
December 01, 2014
The Beaverton Police Department will be opening an application process from January 5th- 30th, 2015 for victim advocates. This position includes 45 hours of training and experience in victim advocacy, trauma, crisis response, domestic violence, working with law enforcement during an investigation, and the criminal justice system. The 2015 Training Academy will be held in April and May 2015, dates and times yet to be determined.
Beaverton Police Department Victim Advocate volunteers provide services for victims of crime in the city of Beaverton. Victim Advocates will take on-call shifts and during those shifts will be available to respond along with Beaverton Police Officers and/or Detectives to incidents of domestic violence, as well as other crimes where victims are present (excluding sexual assault).
Details about the position and eligibility requirements are included in the PDF linked below.
Questions about the program and training dates can be directed to Katrina Rodriguez, Victim Services Coordinator at 503.526.2205 or email@example.com or to Sergeant Brick Humphrey, Community Services Division Sergeant at 503.526.2382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.