Freeport Auxiliary Police
320 West Exchange Street
The Freeport Auxiliary Police are a group of everyday citizens from all walks of life that provide a community service to the citizens of Freeport. All members are non-paid volunteers who take pride in their service to their community.
Under the control and direction of the Chief of Police and Auxiliary Commander, auxiliary officers are called upon to:
All the functions auxiliary police officers perform allow full-time sworn officers to continue their normal duties of serving and protecting the citizens of Freeport without being tied up performing the above duties.
All members are required to perform a minimum amount of regular patrol squad ride-alongs for training purposes, sixteen community service hours and receive a minimum of sixteen hours of training per year. Training meetings are held each month and cover topics ranging from traffic control, crowd control, traffic and criminal law, officer safety and a variety of other needed skills, abilities and knowledge.
Listed below are some of the requirements of becoming an auxiliary police officer:
One additional benefit the Auxiliary Unit provides the opportunity to view the job firsthand by someone who may be considering a job in law enforcement.
This is a partial listing of the functions and requirements of the Freeport Auxiliary Police. Additional information may be obtained at the Freeport Police Department.
If interested in becoming a member of the Freeport Auxiliary Police, complete the application form and submit to Auxiliary Commander, Lt. Travis Davis at the Freeport Police Department, 235-8222.
Freeport City Hall