The Long Beach Police Department places a high value on our volunteers. Consider joining our team by calling (562) 570-5299 or emailing LBPDVolunteer@longbeach.gov.
Community Police Academy
Applications are being
accepted for an interactive training day regarding topics such as patrol
operations, laws of arrest, internal affairs, and community engagement, through
a combination of classroom and scenario based activities.
Community Police Academy is funded by the Strengthening Law Enforcement and
Community Relations Grant provided by the Board of State & Community
must be at least 18 years old, have no outstanding warrants, not be involved in
any active investigations, or have any recent felony convictions.
Completed applications or questions may be directed
to LBPDCommunityEngagement@longbeach.gov or (562) 570-7401.
Community Police Academy Informational Flyer Community Police Academy Application
The Long Beach Police Department places a high value on
our volunteers. Volunteers are placed in areas that utilize their
skills, talents and interests. Police
volunteerism helps break down barriers and builds relationships between the
Police Department and the community.
Law Enforcement Internship Program
The internship program is a great opportunity for college
students to gain “hands-on” experience before entering the competitive world of
law enforcement and who must complete an internship as part of their academic
Senior Police Partners
The Senior Police Partners are a highly motivated
group of seniors dedicated to making a difference in our community.
The Long Beach Mounted Police is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide continued support of the equine world through education and demonstration of good horsemanship. They also participate in parades representing the City of Long Beach and the Long Beach Police Department.
Youth Volunteer Programs
The Long Beach Police Explorers and Long Beach Search & Rescue Programs offer young people between the ages of 14-20 the opportunity to provide volunteer service to their community. Youth volunteers will learn about career possibilities in either law enforcement, fire protection, or the emergency medical services fields.