Looking for ways to get involved in the community? The Prince William Crime Prevention Council is looking for new volunteers.
According to a release, the “Council provides outreach to all citizens of Prince William County promoting safe communities, crime prevention, and awareness.”
More on the Council, from a release:
The Council is, first and foremost, an advocate for Law Enforcement and a promoter of safe communities, a participant in the training and reporting of criminal activity and a sponsor of law enforcement related special projects. Our outreach includes, but is not limited to, anti-bullying training and information for parents and children, the promotion of crime prevention, the protection of seniors, the establishment of child safety programs, participation in anti-drug and anti-gang efforts, promotion of and participation in National Night Out, and other topics that promote community wellness and safety.
Volunteers typically spend a few hours a month assisting with the Council and participating in event and projects with the Prince William County Police Department and other law enforcement agencies.
The group will be meeting on March 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Western District Station at 8900 Freedom Center Boulevard in Manassas.
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