Marion County District Attorney- Victim Assistance Division seeking applicants for sexual assault response advocates. Must be at least 18 years of age, have reliable transportation (not public transit), a valid driver's license, and a caring, compassionate demeanor with a non-judgmental attitude. Training will be provided, (once per year in January). Candidates will have a criminal background check, and driving history check. If accepted, 1 24-hour shift per month is required for commitment of one year.
Marion County District Attorney- Victim Assistance Division seeking applicants for the Victim Advocacy Program. Provide direct services to victims (adult & children) and loved ones. Training will be provided (every March and September). College student 18 years or older. Strong moral character. Have a working telephone. Suggested areas of study: Criminal Justice, Law, Psychology, or Sociology. (List may not be all-inclusive.) Candidates will have a criminal background check, and driving history check.
For an application or questions about the program contact Janice Thompson at 503/589-3257 or email at Jthompson@co.marion.or.us
The Marion County Law Library (MCLL) best serves the community when every available item in the collection is in its proper place. Volunteers in this capacity will shelve items for easy retrieval by library patrons and staff; maintain the order of library materials, shift books around on shelves, file inserts and repackage information.
For an application or questions about the program contact: Marion County Volunteer Services Phone: 503-588-7990 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dog Shelter - Dog walkers can come as often as desired during business hours and walk the adoptable shelter dogs. Outreach event volunteers help staff a booth or table at community events. The volunteers may take adoptable dogs to the event on some occasions. Visit the
Dog Shelter Volunteer website for more information or fill out a Dog Shelter Volunteer Application.
Emergency Management - Community volunteers are needed to help prepare and respond to emergencies. Opportunities include Amateur Radio, Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT), Medical Reserve Corps, clerical support and more. Visit the
Marion County Citizen Corps Council for more information.
Opportunities for volunteers. People interested in volunteering for public safety can apply for positions like clerical, reception, community relations, taking phone reports, data and computer duties, and search and rescue. Visit the
Sheriff's Office volunteer website for more information and application forms.
Cadets 14 to 21 years of age are involved in many community activities and events. Activities include, but are not limited to: traffic control at various events, security at various events, crime prevention presentations, assist deputies on ride-alongs, compete at the Law Enforcement Challenge, assist with prevention education to peers, crime scene security, and community policing.
Cadets must obtain a driver's license within six months of turning 16 years old or becoming a Cadet; have an acceptable driving record; be free from drug or alcohol use; not participate in criminal activities; and be enrolled in school and maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average. Cadets must complete required law enforcement training components after acceptance.