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What is the Citizen Volunteer Corps?
CVC

The Citizen Volunteer Corps was created on March 1, 2011 in order to reorganize and expand the current pool of volunteers within the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office. In an effort to better serve the community and provide much needed resources to the Sheriff’s workforce, the Citizen Volunteer Corps began as a supplemental force to the existing services of the agency. With the creation of this program, the Sheriff’s Office is better able to make use of the volunteer services that have defined our agency through many different functions.

If you are interested in Volunteering for:

  • Fingerprinting in District II (Forest Oaks Location, Spring Hill)
  • Kass Circle Substation (Kass Circle, Spring Hill)
  • Civilian Mounted Unit(Must own a horse)
  • Detention Center Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous
  • Detention Center Bible Study/Church Services
  • Your Neighborhood Crime Watch
  • River Crime Watch

Please click HERE for a Level I Application.


If you are interested in Volunteering for:

  • Explorers Program (Ages 14-21)
  • Judicial Services (Court House)
  • Sheriff Traffic Aide
  • Administration
  • Specific Departments (Human Resources, Community Relations, Fiscal, Major Case, Etc.)
  • Chaplain (Must have Credentials)

Please click HERE for a Level II Application.

***Applications will be processed on an as needed bases.***

Please call Annie Austin at 352-797-3660 for additional information about the Citizen Volunteer Corps.

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